We need children's voices...

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And we need adults who listen.

Hearing children as a form of activism

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We believe that hearing children is of interest to anyone who believes that every voice is important for a society to be whole. It is of interest to those who believe that to neglect, marginalise or systematically overlook a group of people, is to deprive our communities of the qualities that only this particular group can offer. Hearing children is not just a concern for those working directly with and for children, but for all who believes in a society where every voice counts.

Try our family-based interview 

where children get to explore an important topic while participating in a project that ensures
their voices really matter.

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What does conscious citizenship mean to you?

Recommended resources for children on inequalities

Racism:

Sesamy Workshop has great resources for talking about race and identity for both children and parents/carers. 

The American Psychological Association has great tips and tools for parents, including tips for books about race and ethnicity.

Discrimination:

Social Change Makers has documented children's reactions to qual pay for equal work.

Global inequality:

Kids Boost Immunity offers great videos and information for children.

Poverty:

ChildFund Australia offers lots of great information and resources. 

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