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How do you ensure that children’s voices and ideas are heard and valued in relation to the settings that form part of their everyday lives?Presenting an easy to adopt step-by-step framework, this book argues in favour of children’s potential to advocate for themselves, in contrast to the current model in which adults take full control and advocate on the child’s behalf. By honouring and harnessing the involvement and contributions of children, social workers and education professionals will be able to improve their daily practice and positively transform key spaces within society to create environments where children experience a sense of belonging and purpose, full of potential benefits for both adults and children. Practical at its core, the book has wide applications, from examining the place of children in legal matters, such as divorce, through to the child’s engagement in decisions about their education. International case studies reveal how the model works in practice and encourages children’s voices and their participation.
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Sam Frankel PhD is Director of educational charity Act4, a provider of social responsibility programmes. Sam has extensive experience of criminal justice work, from volunteering with victim support to working both as a police officer and in criminal defence. He has developed sessions on criminal justice issues for primary school children, young people, police officers, university undergraduates and parents.
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