Please Donate to The Freechild Project

Do you support engaging young people in social change?
Do you want to promote new roles for young people throughout society?
Help keep The Freechild Project website online! 

Please donate today.

Freechild includes a massive website full of free resources for young people and their adult allies. The mission of The Freechild Project is to advocate, inform, and celebrate social change led by and with young people around the world, especially those who have been historically denied the right to participate. I do this by facilitating training and workshops, and through our website. Given the rough economic times facing our communities, the training and workshops aren’t paying for the website these days.

Please make a donation to help keep this important resource online.

“By far the largest repository of projects, ideas, and organizational links, [Freechild] provides more than adequate information to help students brainstorm ideas in order to start their own initiatives.” –School Library Journal (2005).

“[Freechild] is especially relevant in getting young people to participate in the realms of politics and critical education.” – Henry Giroux and Susan Searls Giroux in Take Back Higher Education: Race, Youth, and the Crisis of Democracy in the Post-Civil Rights Era(2004) New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

“This is a site well worth viewing. Information is critical to understanding as well as galvanizing youth programming and participation.” – Ramona Mullahey in the American Planning Association ResourceZine (2003)
The Freechild Project website includes many popular resources:
  • Youth Voice Toolkit
  • Survey of North American Youth Rights
  • Scan of International Youth Involvement
  • Freechild Reading List
  • and much more…
All donors will be recognized! Please give today, and give generously. Thank you.

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Published by Adam F.C. Fletcher

I'm a speaker, writer, trainer, researcher and advocate who researches, writes and shares about education, youth, and history.

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