Trond Waage's Conference Presentation Anti-Bullying Network

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Beyond Tokenism
Conference, Dunblane, December 2003

The main focus of this conference was on what adults can do to encourage young people to develop and express their collective view about school policies and practices. Trond Waage, the Norwegian Children's Ombudsman, is a strong advocate of increased power, participation and rights for young people. He is a thought provoking and at times controversial speaker who helped set a positive and challenging tone for the day.

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My Job
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The 'Not Yet' Generation

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Peer Pressure
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The UN Convention
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Give Children the Responsibility
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School Councils
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Internet Parliament for Pupils
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Bullying in Norway
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National Manifesto Against Bullying
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Giving Adults Ears
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A Better World for Children
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Ombudsman for Children in Norway
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European Network of Ombudsmen for Children
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UNICEF
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