Article 24 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union states: “Children(…) may express their views freely. Such views shall be taken into consideration on matters which concern them in accordance with their...Read more
In May 2002, Kofi Annan, the late Secretary-General of the United Nations, presided over the first General Assembly special session on children, insisting that the UN discuss the ‘future we’re preparing with them, not for...Read more
Researchers, policymakers and industry should involve children and their caregivers when designing new policies and initiatives dealing with artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies.
That’s the overriding recommendation of a report by the European Commission on Artificial...Read more
A particular focus on the protection of children’s rights in a crisis or emergency situation is at the heart of the Council of Europe’s adoption of its conclusions on the EU strategy on the rights...Read more
‘Bold and effective commitment to children’s rights are more important than ever before in the EU, and with the EU for the world’, says UNICEF’s deputy executive director, Charlotte Petri Gornitza.Read more
In an age of climate crisis, unaffordable housing and increasing disparities of wealth, the livability and functionality of our cities are more important than ever. And yet, important voices are missing from urban planning debates...Read more