Child-friendly material has been developed by Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation on frequently asked questions about online consultations and surveys to help children express their opinions consciously.
Children opinion matter a lot, especially if we would like to improve their situation, we need to consider their opinion. The surveys, questionnaires and consultations give as many children as possible the opportunity to express their opinion and for decision-makers to take these views into consideration.
Why participate in consultations? How can children be sure that completing a survey makes sense? Why is a question asked this way? How not to be misled?
During previous research projects, Hintalovon received similar questions from children. That is why they decided to look at the uncertainties around surveys and questionnaires with the Child Rights Ambassadors and introduce children to the methodology of these.
This child-friendly material helps children and adults to be conscious of their responses. It is also helpful for teachers to talk to children about the importance and essence of the consultations, surveys and to initiate a conversation with the students on the topic.
What is this material about?
- I. Frequently asked questions about consultations
- II. Frequently asked questions about surveys
- III. Why are questions asked this way?
- IV. How do you become a conscious respondent