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School of Management

A Morgan Academy Event

From: May 20, 2019, 9 a.m.
To: May 20, 2019, 3:30 p.m.
Location: Civic Centre, Engagement Suite (3rd Floor), Oystermouth Road, Swansea

This event is open to participants who have/have not previously engaged with Lleisiau Bach projects or past events.

FREE for anyone whose work engages with or affects children, or who wants to engage children in their work, will benefit from this opportunity to learn, reflect, experiment, exchange experience and network with others.

Hosted by our highly acclaimed team of experts in Children as Researchers and Age-Inclusive Co-production methods in collaboration with Swansea University’s Morgan Academy, the Day includes a chance to try out methods, engage with success projects, learn from the team, featured guests and each other.

LLeisiau Bach Little Voices is the approach used by the Wales Observatory on Human Rights of Children and Young People to empower children as researchers and as advocates to help embed human rights in children’s everyday places and to enable age-inclusive co-production of change. The Observatory is an initiative based at Swansea and Bangor Universities, working with a wide range of partners and disciplines to help ensure that the human rights of children and young people are respected, protected and fulfilled.

Little Voices Being Heard is the current Big Lottery funded project (2017-2020) that aims to provide children and adults in Wales with the skills, methods, understanding and opportunities to work together on a basis of equality to bring about change which will improve the lives of people in their communities. We do this by:

•supporting children to carry out and follow up evidence-based research;
•supporting children and adults to engage effectively in co-production of change;
•creating communitites of interest able and committed to noramlise age-inclusive co-production of decisions and changes

Contact: Helen Dale (Email:


Event created by: l.p.wood