Child Voice

The view that children should be heard and be part of everyday decision-making, is core to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Our research employs methods and methodologies that actively promote children’s voice, provide opportunities for children to be included as co-researchers and analysts of their own experiences, and for their ideas to be listened to and acted upon.  

Our research asks:

  • What do children understand and what can they teach us about their experiences, learning, wellbeing, families, education, health and community services, and the world?