Child-friendly material about online consultations and surveys

Child-friendly material has been developed on frequently asked questions about online consultations and surveys to help children express their opinions

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Growing up in lockdown: Europe’s children

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing problems of social inequality, with job losses pushing many families further into poverty and school closures creating a wider educational divide, impacting children’s life chances, and their physical and mental health.

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Life Under Coronavirus: a global survey

Hintalovon and its child volunteers supportedthe participation of Hungarian children by translating the survey and data and promoting the initiative in Hungary.

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How to involve children in decision making?

Make child participation a part of everyday life – find out how this was achieved at the 13th Forum on the Rights of the Child and how we support this in EU strategy-making.

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Hintalovon partecipation at PILnet Global Forum 2020

Hintalovon Foundation was one of the presenters in the workshop dedicated to the issue how Pro Bono lawyers can help in children’s rights cases.

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Child-friendly materials to help children understand their rights

Do you want to help children understand their rights in legal settings? The child-friendly materials aim to assist adults in providing children with comprehensive, easy-to-understand information.

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Recognition of the “How do you see it?” campaign

Our “How do you see it?” campaign in 2019 was the first to involve children in the UN’s process of assessing the children’s situation in Hungary every five years. This campaign was among the finalists in the Best Advocacy Initiative category (Civil Society Awards).

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Supporting children in need of language assistance

Children, when they are involved in legal proceedings the language of which they are unable to speak, are especially vulnerable. The www.chills-research.eu website is developed for legal professionals about interpreter-mediated legal proceedings with children.

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Child Rights Ambassadors on the ChiLLS conference

Hintalovon Child Rights Ambassadors highlighted children’s perspectives and spoke up for their more vulnerable peers on the ChiLLS conference, on 20 October 2020.

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Child participation in the ChiLLS project

Hintalovon and its project partners, KU Leuven and University of Bologna were committed to endorse children’s right to be heard and benefit from the added value that children can bring to the project.

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ChiLLS conference: interpreter-mediated legal proceedings

Throughout the conference, the specificities of interpreter-mediated encounters with minors were discussed, and practical tools and solutions were offered to navigate those encounters in the professionals’ lives.

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