For Adult Supporters

For Organisations

Does your organisation work with children and young people aged 12 – 18? Are you interested in helping us to engage children and young people in an online community designed to enable them to further explore their rights in the digital age, generate digital content, and share their experiences with their peers around the world?

Over the course of the next few months until May 2016, RErights community members will be invited to participate in a series of ongoing activities that use text, drawings, photo, video and other creative practices. Importantly, these activities have been designed to enable anyone, anywhere, and with any kind of access to the internet to participate.

Content created by RErights members will be regularly packaged up into short films, audio or montage pieces for the community so that members can see the results of their participation. To assist children and young people and the organisations that support them to advocate for children’s rights in the digital age, content will also be packaged for sharing with key decision makers in your communities. The aim is to empower children and young people to understand and enact their rights in the digital age.

There are five ways your organisation can be involved in RErights:

  1. Promote this community to your networks, and to children and young people you work with – help us get the message out about the RErights community.
  2. Organise one or more workshops with children and young people – run one or more 2 hour workshops with children and young people. We’ll provide you with a resource kit and clear guidelines, and answer any questions you have.
  3. Co-design activities – in partnership with young people the RErights team has designed the first few activities. Now we’d like to know what issues you’d like to see the community explore, and see if you’re interested in co-developing activities for the community.
  4. Review the success of the activities – we will undertake an ongoing review of how the community is running but we’d also like critical friends to help us with that task.
  5. Be a co-researcher – once children and young people’s content begins to come in we will need help in exploring and understanding the information. Let us know if you are interested in participating in some group data analysis.

To register your interest in participating, please fill out this quick survey (it takes about ten minutes):

Once you have registered we will send you further information and an invitation to take part based on the participation options you select.

Thanks for your time and interest. Stay tuned for further information!