Putting children's rights at the heart of services for children

Naomi Danquah
Tuesday, November 24, 2015

A Unicef UK programme is helping five councils change how they deliver and commission a range of children's services by redesigning them using the principles that underpin the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Bringing people and agencies together under a universal rights-based framework provides a structured, creative child-centred method for improving outcomes. Picture: Unicef UK/Susannah Fields
Bringing people and agencies together under a universal rights-based framework provides a structured, creative child-centred method for improving outcomes. Picture: Unicef UK/Susannah Fields

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