Ten Tips for Legal Professionals
Meaningful Child Participation in Family Justice Processes
by Suzanne Williams & Cheryl Heykoop
Since 1994 the International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD) has been working to shape a world where children’s rights become a lived reality within the daily lives of children who need them most, and the systems that affect them. IICRD advances the quality of life and development of vulnerable children through creative strategies to complex problems that draw on innovative research, education and capacity building and the strengths of children, their families, communities and cultures.
This book is for Legal Professionals who are interested in listening to the views of children and soliciting their input when they are involved in family justice proceedings.