Nicky Parker (Amnesty International, Poland)
Dr. Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak (University of Wrocław, Poland)
Children’s participation in social and political life and intergenerational connectivities that may emerge once adults recognize young peoples’ agencies have for a long time been at the heart of my research – both in my theoretical work and in practice. I was engaged in several projects in which I collaborated with children as co-researchers actively shaping the research process.
Dr Giuliana Fenech (University of Malta)
Young people's right to freedom of expression is a complex matter on many levels. Firstly, very few young people are educated about their human rights. Secondly, geopolitical context often dictates the level of risk involved in speaking out and up about injustice. Thirdly, various adult stakeholders are involved in ensuring or oppressing young people's right to express themselves; parents and guardians, school management and teachers, government officials and legislators, and the list could go on.
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