Cardiff is working towards becoming a Child Friendly City, in partnership with UNICEF UK.
They are aiming to embed a child’s rights approach to the planning and delivery of public services, making children’s rights integral to policy and practice. A key component of the approach is ensuring that children and young people are given a voice and can help influence decisions about where they live, the services that they receive and the future development of the city.
The Child Friendly City pupil surveys will help them all to measure progress over time and importantly help to convey messages from children and young people to decision makers in schools, the Council and partner organisations. Progress over time will be evaluated by children and young people to help assess how well they are doing in helping them access their rights.
Please see the PowerPoint below for more information.
Please click this button to take the survey: