A House with Many Windows

A guide to organizing inclusive online meetings

Fifth grade student Jorge studies and plays with his family after rerunning home from school in San Miguelito, Panamá City Metropolitan Area, Panama on 20 August 2019.


This guide reflects on the experience of A House with Many Windows and identifies the lessons learned. It provides practical tools and suggests activities to promote communication, recreation, learning and participation. Moreover, it sets out a solid basis for planning and organizing participatory meetings that can include all people equally.

We have attempted to include critical knowledge and teachings to strengthen the institutional and technical capacities required to mainstream inclusive approaches in programmes for children and adolescents. We have also sought to systematize experiences where simple and accessible activities such as drawing, singing, dance and movement can be used in a virtual environment – to both build bridges and deconstruct prejudices.

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