Adult attitudes towards children’s participation in the Phillipines
This paper explores the ideas about children's participation in decision-making held by government officials and non-government representatives engaged in promoting children's participation in the Philippines. It suggests that adults' ideas about children's participation are heterogeneous, diverse and complex. While adults' attitudes are often presented as serious barriers to children's participation, this study suggests that adults' attitudes are both obstructive and facilitative. A deeper...[Show more]
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