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Toolkit All Children, All Right(s)!

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"All Children, All Right(s)!" is an interactive educational toolkit on children's rights, consisting of four components: educational posters, games and activities, audio stories and online learning programmes.

Aims of the tool

The aim of the toolkit is to promote children's rights by providing youth workers (and other professionals working with children and youth) with concrete hands-on guidelines and methods to practically apply the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child during the non-formal educational activities they organise for and with children and youth.

Description of the tool

The "All Children, All Right(s)!" toolkit consists of four components that can be used together or separately:
• 11 educational posters
• + 100 games and activities
• 10 audio stories
• 6 online learning programmes

Find out more about each component and access all materials for free via the website:


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Tool overview

This tool is for

The target group for this toolkit are all professionals working with children and youth: youth workers, street educators, teachers,...

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Disability, Personal Development, European Citizenship, Youth Participation

Materials needed:

All materials of the toolkit can be freely accessed via the website:


The duration of the different games and activities on children's rights and the duration of the online training programmes is always clearly mentioned.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Mobile School vzw

in the context of

This tool was developed with the support of Erasmus+, in cooperation with Uit de Marge, ARSIS and European Playwork Association.

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

StreetSmart Youth Work (on 12 July 2023)

and last modified

17 May 2023

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