The resources below cover aspects of the role of children’s rights in developing services for children (available from Improving Children Lives initiative)
1. The following videos provide an overview of the application of a children’s rights-based approach to research designed to inform the development of an after-schools service for children:
Julie Healy, Barnardo's, discusses a children's rights based programme development within Barnardo's Ready to Learn Initiative
Laura Lundy, School of Education, discusses the reasons for using a children's rights based approach when designing, implementing and evaluating children's services
Lesley McEvoy (Emerson)'s, School of Education, presentation focuses on work done with children themselveswithin the context of developing Barnardo's Ready to Learn Initiative.
Concluding remarks from Julie Healy on the Barnardo's Ready To Learn Initiative
2. In this presentation, Professor Laura Lundy, School of Education, Queen's University Belfast, discusses the need for Child Rights-Based Indicators and Outcomes and defines the term 'rights-based.
3. In this presentation, Professor Paul Connolly, Head of School, School of Education, outlines the research and evidence base of outcomes based planning – in the context of a rights-based approach to education
Online Training Resources
We are in the process of developing online training materials on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child aimed at professionals working with and for children.