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Children and youth are facing increasingly complex challenges and vulnerabilities in today’s society. For over 35 years, the Society for Children and Youth of BC has been actively engaged in education and community engagement to promote the well-being of all children and youth. Our work builds healthy communities in concrete ways and build the capacity of communities to change their communities for the better.

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Learn about the many ways that you can support child rights

 

Partner

SCY is always seeking new partners to work with to create more child and youth friendly communities. In the past we have worked with community groups, municipalities, and specific city departments on issues related to child and youth friendliness.  Partnering could involve a number of different activities with varying scales from participating in an event to helping develop a city-wide child and youth friendly community strategy. If you have an idea about how you or your organization can partner with SCY, please feel free to contact us.

 

Request a Workshop

If you are interested in learning more about child rights, child and youth friendly communities or other child and youth related topics, feel free to contact us. Workshops are tailored to meet your needs, professional development objectives and the context of your working environment. 

 

Volunteer

We currently have short-term volunteer opportunities available to assist with our ongoing projects. If you have an interest in child rights, community development, city or social planning, health and wellbeing or anything else related to child and youth friendly communities and would like to volunteer please send us an email.

 

Share

We are constantly looking to improve the site and build a rich ideas bank of best practices. If you have any suggestions on how to make the site better or resources that you would like to share, please let us know.

 

We would also love to hear if you have found the site useful and how you are using the toolkit. What are you doing to help build child and youth friendly communities? How has the toolkit helped shape your thinking or practice? How have you been able to use toolkit? Has this work influenced services, practices, or policies? Feel free to send us your stories!

 

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We send out a monthly Child Rights eNewsletter designed to keep you informed on current issues, opportunities, and resources. Sign up to stay informed about child rights in Canada and beyond.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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