This article explores what youth voice on the internet is, does, acts like and expresses. It was written by Adam Fletcher for the Freechild Institute.
The room was packed, like so many conference sessions I’ve facilitated. Folks had come from all corners to attend this international meeting, and they came to this session called “Every Youth A Leader”. In the conference session description, I’d written the following: “In their homes, schools, communities, and throughout society, children and youth are leadingContinue reading “Every Youth A Leader”
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