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Children’s rights in Wales

The Children, Young People and Education Committee is undertaking a short inquiry on children’s rights in Wales to review the impact of the Rights of Children and Young Persons (Wales) Measure 2011. It will consider:

The Committee would be grateful to receive stakeholders’ evidence by 17:00, Friday 20 September 2019.


How can young people have their say in the inquiry?


Meeting in a Box – Resource pack


The committee want to hear from young people about:

1. How well children know their rights;
2. If children think they have access to these rights; and
3. Which rights are most important to them.

To empower the young people you work with to share their views on this matter we have designed a lesson plan and resources that youth workers, teachers and group leaders can deliver with up to 35 young people, within an hour.


The Meeting in a Box resource pack is available for you to adapt to suit your group so that the session suits the learners. 


After running the sessions we’re asking the leader to complete a 15 minute survey to share what was learnt and feed into the wider inquiry.


Download the pack and all the resources below, or contact Rhayna Mann to request a hard copy version.




Facilitator pack – with activity leader instructions


Glossary game - matching tiles


Question posters


Ballot box sign


Voting slips


Feedback form


Data protection and photo permission forms




Film -


SurveyMonkey -


Kids poster EN -


Young Person poster EN -


Business type: Committee Inquiry

Reason considered: Assembly Business;

First published: 09/07/2019





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