Circle of Rights: Summary Document

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Intentional Planning for Social Change

An overview of IICRD's Circle of Rights: Intentional Planning for Social Change (formerly Triple A) Methodology: an iterative, child-centred, and participatory action research and intentional planning process supporting positive social change for children, families and communities. This reflective methodology, which starts from children’s perspectives, helps community stakeholders, agencies and policymakers to develop integrated, inter-sectoral, child rights policy, programming and monitoring systems that build from local strengths and wisdom in meeting challenges facing children, their peers, families and communities.  The Circle of Rights has four stages - Map, Engage, Plan and Create.

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IICRD
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IICRD

Imagine a world where we build on the core strengths of children, their families, and communities, to create dignity, belonging, and justice for all.

 

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