Lleisiau Bach Little Voices 2012 - 2020 supported children as researchers and advocates to bring about change and to contribute to policy and decision-making on issues that are important to them. Funded by Big Lottery People and Places, hosted at first by Funky Dragon and from 2014 by Swansea and Bangor Universities, Lleisiau Bach Little Voices worked with teams of children in schools and communities, connecting with multiple partners to help with the children's research and to deliver impact for their recommendations. 

 

In these pages you can find information about the Children as Researchers methods used by Lleisiau Bach Little Voices and examples of projects and their impact. 

 

For further information or to talk to a member of the team, contact:

 

Helen Dale                                  h.dale@swansea.ac.uk  

Arwyn Roberts                           a.b.roberts@bangor.ac.uk

Professor Jane Williams           jane.m.williams@swansea.ac.uk

Professor Carl Hughes              c.hughes@bangor.ac.uk

Little Voices Report

New Training Manual

Here is our new Handbook for you to use our methods. Click on the image of the handbook

Wales Observatory on Human Rights of Children and Young People

The Observatory is a collaborative project with international, national and local partners, providing a forum for research, debate, education and knowledge exchange on human rights of children and young people, and working for realisation of human rights through policy, practice, advocacy and law reform.  Click on the image below for the Observatory Website