Digital Voices: Progressing Children’s Right to be Heard Through Social and Digital Media
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Media and socio-cultural communication, Social sciences
Children’s right to be heard is a fundamental right expressed in Article 12 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Given the prominent role that digital technologies play in children’s lives, Digital Voices: Progressing children’s right to be heard through social and digital media asks whether social and digital media can support children’s right to be heard in public decision- making.
O’Neill, B., Dinh, T., & Lalor, K. (2021). Digital Voices: Progressing children’s right to be heard through social and digital media (p. 114). Ombudsman for Children’s Office.
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