What are Child Rights Schools?
UNICEF National Committees in Austria, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland and Portugal share their experiences and lessons learned.
UNICEF National Committees in Austria, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland and Portugal are building on lessons learned, sharing experiences and improving implementation of the Child Rights Schools programme in their specific country contexts.
A brief overview of the Child Rights Schools programme, formerly known as a ‘whole school approach to Child Rights Education’ can be found below, along with additional videos that explore the programme in more detail.
An Introduction to Child Rights in Education
The Child Rights Schools programme: what is it?
How did you get started?
How do you scale up?
What impact does it have?
Who is involved?
Which challenges have you faced?
How it works
How do you measure progress and impact?
What lessons have you learned?
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