Children’s Participation in Decision-Making: A Children’s Views Report
A report focussing on one particular part of a wider overarching study into children’s participation in decision-making. It examines the extent to which children living in England feel they have a voice and influence in matters affecting them at school, at home and in the area where they live. This report is based on the findings from 12 focus group interviews with 44 boys and 42 girls from a variety of backgrounds aged between three and 20 years of age.
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