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ENOC aims are
To encourage the fullest possible implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
To support collective lobbying for Children’s rights
To share information, approaches and strategies
To promote the developpement of effective independent offices for children
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ENOC gathers

independent children's rights institutions
in 34 countries

42

within the Council of Europe member states
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ENOC Participation Projects

ENOC 2018 participation project “LET'S TALK YOUNG, LET'S TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH!”

“LET'S TALK YOUNG, LET'S TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH!” is the 2018 edition of ENOC's ENYA child participation project realised with the financial contribution of the European Commission.The project involved young people (11-18 years old) from across 10 ENOC countries/regions (Azerbaijan, Basque country (Spain), Belgium (FR), Catalonia (Spain), Cyprus, Georgia, Italy, Malta, Northern Ireland (UK), and Scotland (UK) who expressed their views on what mental health means to them and how it can impact their lives.

ENOC 2017 participation project “The Road to RIO: EXPLORING AND EMPOWERING YOUTH IDENTITY AND RELATIONSHIPS”

“The Road to RIO- RESPECT, INFORMATION, OPINION: Exploring and empowering youth identity and relationships” is a child participation project realised by ENOC with the financial support of the European Commission. It engages with young people (13-17 years old) from across 11 different principalities (Azerbaijan, Belgium (FR), Catalonia (Spain), Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Poland, Scotland (UK) and Wales (UK)) to hear from them on issues connected with their identity and relationships.

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