Best practice paper on using children's rights in policy and public affairs
We have produced a best practice paper on how to use children’s rights arguments in policy and public affairs as our three-year project on this, funded by the Baring Foundation, comes to an end.
It outlines learning from the project and explores what worked and did not work so well, focusing on the mental health and homeless sectors. It is of particular interest for organisations seeking to do similar capacity building work on any area of human rights or who carry out human rights monitoring on other treaties.
Download the best practice paper
Read the other briefings in the project series:
- Summary of the 2016 Concluding Observations
- Summary of the 2016 Concluding Observations on the General Measures of Implementation
- Barriers and solutions to using children’s rights approaches in policy
- Using children’s rights in homeless policy
- Using children’s rights in mental health policy work