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Samstag, 22. September 2012

Kinder- und Jugendbeteiligung international: Leitfaden online

A Handbook of Children and Young People’s Participation

Der Leitfaden zu Kinder- und Jugendbeteiligung wurde 2010 von Barry Percy-Smith und Nigel Thomas herausgegeben und ist nun auch online zugänglich. Er enthält etliche Artikel zum Thema Kinder- und Jugendpartizipation und soll einen Überblick über die gegenwärtigen Theorien und Praktiken in diesem Feld verschaffen. Es werden diverse Grundkonzepte und Debatten vorgestellt sowie mehrere international verschiedene Verständnisweisen und Praxisansätze von Kinder- und Jugendpartizipation vorgelegt.

Ein Grundanliegen des Leitfadens ist es für einen besseren Austausch zwischen Theorie und Praxis zu sorgen, um die Rechte und Partizipationsmöglichkeiten von Kindern und Jugendlichen zu fördern.
Barry Percy-Smith ist Mitglied von SOLAR, Centre for Action Research & Participatory Development und Koordinator vom Children’s Participation Learning Network. Nigel Thomas ist Professor für Kinder- und Jugendforschung an der Zentralen Lancashire Universität in Großbritannien.
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Content: 
MARTIN WOODHEAD
Introduction 1
NIGEL THOMAS AND BARRY PERCY-SMITH
PART I
Children’s participation: progress and challenges 9
1 The realisation of children’s participation rights: 
critical reflections 11
GERISON LANSDOWN
2 Challenges of participatory practice with children 24
KAREN MALONE AND CATHERINE HARTUNG
3 Children’s participation in Bangladesh: issues of 
agency and structures of violence 39
SARAH C. WHITE AND SHYAMOL A. CHOUDHURYvi Contents
PART II
Learning about children’s participation in practice 51
Contexts for practice 53
(i) Working in particular situations
4 Children’s participation in armed conflict and 
post-conflict peace building 53
CLARE FEINSTEIN, ANNETTE GIERTSEN AND CLAIRE O’KANE
5 The participation of children living in the poorest 
and most difficult situations 63
PATRICIA RAY
6 Dikwankwetla – Children in Action: children’s 
participation in the law reform process in South Africa 73
LUCY JAMIESON AND WANJIRU˜
 MU˜KOMA
Commentary 1 83
FRAN FARRAR, TALHA GHANNAM, JAKE MANNING AND ELLIE MUNRO
Contexts for practice 88
(ii) Working with particular groups
7 Younger children’s individual participation in 
‘all matters affecting the child’ 88
PRISCILLA ALDERSON
8 Disabled children and participation in the UK: 
reality or rhetoric? 97
KATE MARTIN AND ANITA FRANKLIN
9 Participation among young people with mental  
health issues: redefining the boundaries 105
ANN DADICH
10 Advocacy for children in family group conferences: 
reflections on personal and public decision making 113
PERPETUA KIRBY AND SOPHIE LAWS
Commentary 2 121
ANITA MATHEW, ALESSANDRO MARTELLI, RITA BERTOzzI  
AND NICOLA DE LUIGIContents vii
Contexts for practice 125
(iii) Working in particular cultural contexts
11 Questioning understandings of children’s  
participation: applying a cross-cultural lens 125
JAN MASON AND NATALIE BOLzAN
12 The construction of childhood and the socialisation 
of children in Ghana: implications for the 
implementation of Article 12 of the CRC 133
AFUA TWUM-DANSO
13 Youth participation in indigenous traditional  
communities 141
YOLANDA CORONA CARAvEO, CARLOS PéREz AND JULIáN HERNáNDEz
Commentary 3 150
MANFRED LIEBEL AND IvEN SAADI
Approaches to practice 154
(i) Methods and frameworks
14 Rights through evaluation and understanding  
children’s realities 154
vICKY JOHNSON
15 Children’s participation in school and community: 
European perspectives 164
RENATE KRäNzL-NAGL AND ULRIKE zARTLER
16 Building towards effective participation: a  
learning-based network approach to youth  
participation 174
TIINA SOTKASIIRA, LOTTA HAIKKOLA AND LIISA HORELLI
17 Getting the measure of children and young people’s 
participation: an exploration of practice in Wales 184
ANNE CROWLEY AND ANNA SKEELS
Commentary 4 193
JANET BATSLEERviii Contents
Approaches to practice 196
(ii) Strategies and practices
18 ‘No one ever listens to us’: challenging obstacles to the 
participation of children and young people in Rwanda 196
KIRRILY PELLS
19 Child reporters as agents of change 204
LALATENDU ACHARYA
20 ‘Pathways to participation’ revisited: learning from 
Nicaragua’s child coffee-workers 215
HARRY SHIER
21 Students as professionals: the London Secondary  
School Councils Action Research Project 230
HIROMI YAMASHITA AND LYNN DAvIES
Commentary 5 240
MAHA DAMAJ, RACHEL HENDERSON AND COLLEAGUES
Approaches to practice 245
(iii) Spaces and structures
22 Children’s participation in citizenship and governance 245
SARA L. AUSTIN
23 Maintaining the status quo? Appraising the effectiveness 
of youth councils in Scotland 254
BRIAN MCGINLEY AND ANN GRIEvE
24 More than crumbs from the table: a critique of youth 
parliaments as models of representation for 
marginalised young people 262
ALAN TURKIE
25 Nil desperandum as long as you carpe diem 270
JACK LEWARS
26 In search of agency: participation in a youth 
organisation in Turkey 277
FAHRIYE HAzER SANCAR AND YUCEL CAN SEvERCAN
Commentary 6 287
COLIN WILLIAMS, JESSICA EDLIN AND FIONA BEALSContents ix
PART III
New theoretical perspectives 291
27 Children’s participation as a struggle over recognition: 
exploring the promise of dialogue 293
ROBYN FITzGERALD, ANNE GRAHAM, ANNE SMITH AND NICOLA TAYLOR
28 Children and deliberative democracy in England 306
TOM COCKBURN
29 Governance and participation 318
E. KAY M. TISDALL
30 After participation: the socio-spatial performance of 
intergenerational becoming 330
GREG MANNION
31 Children as active citizens: an agenda for children’s 
civil rights and civic engagement 343
JOACHIM THEIS
Conclusion: Emerging themes and new directions 356
BARRY PERCY-SMITH AND NIGEL THOMAS
Index 367

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