Involving children and young people in developing social care
Practice: resource tool box 6
Involving children and young people in meetings, forums and boards
Involving young people: Guide to board development. T. Akepeki, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, 2001.
Bored meetings? Meeting skills for young decision-makers. Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations Council/Edinburgh Youth Social Inclusion Partnership. A training course aimed at young people aged 14-18 years old, who are taking part or want to take part in meetings.
Participation: all aBoard! NSW Commission for Children and Young People, 2004. A guide to involving young people on boards and committees. Available at: www.kids.nsw.gov.au/files/tps_allaboard.pdf
Advisory Board Handbook. Office of Children's Rights Commissioner for London. A booklet that identifies the reasons for developing children and young people's advisory boards and how to set them up.
Underage: The legal position of young people on boards. National Council for Voluntary Organisations.
Supporting young adult board members. National Council for Voluntary Organisations.
Advice to boards of management on how they can recruit and keep board members aged 18 to 25. National Council for Voluntary Organisations.