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To mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention of the Rights of the Child, we have launched this new online space to share Arigatou International's approach to work with children, to hear the voices of young people who work with us, and to share resources towards advancing children's safeguarding and participation in all our programs and activities with partners, like you, around the world.

We invite you to explore this new online space and to share with us your stories and learning from your experience working with children, as well as any resource created by children themselves. We would love to populate this space with your contributions

Here are some ways you can become involved:

  • Share about a project you are carrying out with the active involvement of children and young people. Feel free to send us photos as well!
  • Tell us how you are working to prevent violence against children in your community. Share individual contributions and collective projects.
  • Send us a selfie video or a short sentence on how we can work better together to promote children's rights.

Resources

In this section, we have compiled relevant resources and materials on child rights (such as guides, booklets, posters, surveys, and even online courses) created by partner organizations like U…

  1. Voices of Religious Actors

    As 84% of the world’s population has a religious affiliation, religious communities play a decisive role in the promotion and protection of children’s rights, and there is great potential …

  2. Voices of Children

    Voices of Children In Arigatou International we believe that children’s voices are not only to be heard but also to be taken into account in decisions that matter to them. Creating…

  3. Meaningful Participation

    In Arigatou International, we create meaningful spaces for children to participate fully. The following are some examples: …

  4. Child Agency

    Participation is intrinsically related to empowerment. Without genuine empowerment, participation can quickly become tokenism or a way to maintain power relations; similarly without meani…

  5. CRC and Child Safeguarding

    We reaffirm the moral imperative to protect children from harm, as enshrined and protected in the teachings of all of the world’s religious and spiritual communities and in the United Na…

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