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Ethical Interactions’ recognises children as active and capable citizens. Our work reflects Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child through incorporating children’s perspectives in decisions that affect them.

Ethical Interactions works alongside Government, non-profits and early childhood services to gather children’s perspectives and provide meaningful ways that these perspectives can inform decisions that are made. This involves decisions about pedagogical design and architecture, children’s events, learning programs, transition to school and kindergarten and general policy and research interests.


If you are interested to find out more about how Ethical Interactions can work alongside you or your organisation to gather and include children’s perspectives in the teaching, policy or research design, please contact us.

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