November children’s rights month 2018
We want Cheshire East to be a great place to be young, a place that respects and champions the rights of all children and young people, encouraging them to express their views and be actively involved in decisions that affect their lives.
So we dedicate the whole month of November to raising awareness of children’s rights and making it clear to children and young people that we value their opinions and rights.November Children’s Rights Month (NCRM) is an initiative of the Cheshire East participation network, a partnership of all agencies and services who work with children and young people.
Challenges you could take to recognise and celebrate children’s rights
You can support NCRM by selecting one or more of the challenges set out below and in the attached menu. These have been put together to give you an insight into the issues that children and young people face every day across Cheshire East. Designed by the Cheshire East Youth Council, the challenges also follow the themes from each priority within our Children and Young People’s Plan.
How about a sponsored silence, to experience isolation and loneliness? Or experience life on a low budget by choosing no access to wifi for a week?
It’s really simple to accept a challenge:
- Choose a challenge from the challenge menu (PDF, 283KB)
- Fill in the challenge application form (MS Word, 217KB) and return to our participation team at firstname.lastname@example.org
- You will receive details on your chosen challenge before the beginning of November
Event that took place in 2017
The theme in 2017 centred on equality and diversity. Throughout the month we hosted a range of activities and campaigns ranging from ‘Hands Up’ for children’s rights, takeover challenge and the STAR awards.
Events that took place in 2016
To find out what type of activities took place in 2016, check out the photos from our Flickr album.