Issue 3/2019, 42. Volume Page 11–15
Die Kinder und ihr beredtes Schweigen. Zu Partizipation und Selbstvertretung
The essay examines the question of what prerequisites must be met for children to be able to “speak” and their voices to be “heard”. It takes a critical look at the current talk and practice of child participation and explores the possibilities of children's self-representation. For illustration purposes, examples from the Global North and Global South are cited.
children, children's rights, voices, silence, participation, self-representation