At the University of Stockholm, there are skilled jurists who focus on children’s rights and autonomy. As part of the anniversary celebration, we went there to learn from them ❤️

For more than 15 years, children and young people in Norway have explained in surveys that adults make too many decisions that do not improve things for children. Why does this happen? And when adults make mistakes, should it not be discussed? How can trust from children to adults be maintained? Can we continue with adults saying they have made decisions in the child’s best interest when it often does not improve things for the child? We talked to the lawyers about how legislation and other frameworks must be in place for better decisions to be made for children.

THANK YOU to Pernilla, Dennis, and Tim, for great conversations and for emphasising the importance of taking children seriously, this gives hope 🥳

22. march 2024

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