Learning from a Living Archive: Rejuvenating Child and Youth Rights and Participation

Victoria Johnson, Tessa Lewin, Mariah Cannon

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Abstract

This paper reflects the findings of the first phase of the REJUVENATE project, which set out to understand and map approaches to integrating children, youth, and community participation in child rights initiatives. We did this through a scoping of existing practitioner and academic literature (developing a project-based literature review matrix), a mapping of key actors, and the development of a typology of existing approaches. We brought all three of these elements together in what we are calling a ‘living archive’, which is an evolving database that currently comprises 100 matrices, and a ‘collection’ of key field practitioners (many of whom we have interviewed for this project).
Original languageEnglish
PublisherInstitute of Development Studies
Number of pages86
ISBN (Electronic)9781781187371
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Publication statusPublished - 14 Dec 2020

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