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Source: The Horticultural Therapy Assoc - eNews July 2021
Source: Play Australia (South Australia)
Source: Office of the Children's Guardian NSW Government 2021

Empowerment and participation:
A guide for organisations working with children and young people

This guide is designed to assist adults to empower and involve children and young people in their organisation, in line with the Child Safe Standards. It contains advice, tools and tips.

https://www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au/ArticleDocuments/838/Empowerment-and...

Source: ACYP 2021

A Guide to Establishing a Children and Young People’s Advisory Group

ACYP regularly provides advice to organisations on how to meaningfully and effectively involve children and young people in their decision making processes. This guide has been developed to highlight the value and benefits of embedding children and young people’s voices and outlines how to successfully establish a children and young people’s advisory group.

https://www.acyp.nsw.gov.au/a-guide-to-establishing-a-children-and-young...

Source: Monash University and VicHealth 2021

Kids Co-designing Healthy Places is a Monash University project supported by VicHealth. The project supports councils and schools to engage with kids to co-design healthier places. It focuses on the things in our neighbourhoods that impact healthy eating and being active.

https://kidscodesigninghealthyplaces.com.au/

Source: Campbelltown SA May 2021

Campbelltown City Council in South Australia is collecting, recording and showcasing our connected streets. In this video, we celebrate Tyrone Avenue in Campbelltown, where residents have come together and built a connections and relationships with one another.

Click here to view the Tyrone Avenue project.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRAoSR2QPwc

Source: Katherine Masiulanis and Elizabeth Cummins