Gerison Lansdown

Associate

Gerison Lansdown was the founder director of the Children’s Rights Alliance for England, and is now an international children’s rights consultant and advocate who has published and lectured widely on the subject of children’s rights. She was actively involved in the drafting of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, is an Honorary Fellow of UNICEF-UK, an associate of the International Institute for Child Rights and Development in Victoria, Canada and co-director of CRED-PRO, an international initiative to develop child rights educational programmes for professionals working with children. Publications include Promoting Children’s Participation in Democratic Decision-Making of Children, UNICEF, 2001; The Evolving Capacities of the Child, UNICEF, 2005; Can You Hear Me?: The Right of Young Children to Participate in Decisions Affecting Them, Bernard van Leer Foundation, 2005; A Human Rights Based Approach to Education for All, UNICEF/UNESCO, 2007; and See Me Hear Me, a Guide to the UNCRPD for Children with Disabilities, Save the Children 2009

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