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Nine Basic Requirements for Meaningful and Ethical Child Participation

Uploaded: 13th July 2021 | Topic: Involving young people

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Save the Children has published a new and updated version of the Nine Basic Requirements for Meaningful and Ethical Child Participation. This is a key tool to guarantee high-quality child participation and will help to advance children’s participation rights in any initiatives with children. The Guide has evolved for over two decades and is based on what children have shared with adults over the course of many years. The material includes checklists and basic tools and is presented in an easy-to-read, colorful manner.
The guide is also available in French, Spanish and Arabic .
Also included within the tools is a preliminary set of ‘mini guides’ related to:
• Planning events with children
• Moderating events with children

Training and learning for PPI members – what CRIG members are doing

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This grid outlines what CRIG members have on offer in terms of training for Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) representatives/members. The grid does not list training for researchers. It is broken down into different categories and has sections for people who are new to PPI and those who are more experienced. It is a resource for CRIG members who may be looking to develop training for the PPI representatives involved in their work and who want to see if there are any existing resources that can be adapted, or for those looking to provide training and want to see if there is anything that already exists that would be suitable. If you would like to use one of the training resources below, please ensure that you let the relevant contact know before doing so.

For this to be a useful resource, we ask that all CRIG members add training that their organisations have available to this grid.

Positive risk-taking: from rhetoric to reality

Uploaded: 17th April 2018 | Topic: Guidelines and good practice

Resource was added by: Natalie Swiderska

A discussion paper from Steve Morgan and Nick Andrews for the The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice.

Purpose – For health and social care services to become truly person-centred requires a fundamentally positive mindset from professionals and care workers, and a willingness to take some risks. The purpose of this paper is to explore how this will apply to delivering dementia services, where almost all of the initial impressions are of deficits, disability and disadvantage.