Accountability for Children’s Rights. With Special Attention to Social Accountability and Its Potential to Achieve Results and Equity for Children.

Accountability for Children’s Rights. With Special Attention to Social Accountability and Its Potential to Achieve Results and Equity for Children.

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March 2015. Emerging information shows the benefits of social accountability to governance, citizenship and development outcomes. This paper focuses on the potential of social accountability to achieve results and equity for children. It also outlines how social accountability can help children and adolescents engage meaningfully with issues that affect them and their communities. A working paper by Harvard FXB fellow Liz Gibbons for UNICEF’s Human Rights Unit.

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