Children's Participation: From tokenism to citizenship

@inproceedings{Hart1992ChildrensPF,
  title={Children's Participation: From tokenism to citizenship},
  author={Roger G. Hart},
  year={1992}
}
A nation is democratic to the extent that its citizens are involved, particularly at the community level. The confidence and competence to be involved must be gradually acquired through practice. It is for this reason that there should be gradually increasing opportunities for children to participate in any aspiring democracy, and particularly in those nations already convinced that they are democratic. With the growth of children’s rights we are beginning to see an increasing recognition of… CONTINUE READING

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