Building a culture of participation in justice and recovery for child victims

This session was held at the World Congress on Justice with Children 2021. 

This session introduces how Barnahus in Europe have involved children in their work, and explores ways of embedding child participation into safe and informed pathways to justice for children. The session draws on a Promise paper on building a participatory culture in Barnahus and the Lundy model of child participation. The Lundy model encourages decision-makers to address the qualities of rights-based participation using four concepts: Space, Voice, Audience and Influence.

> Full video of the interviews with Estonia and Ireland

> Child participation reports 

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