Contester les discriminations

Challenging discrimination against children requires a range of strategies, which cover many different areas, and are rightfully tailored to account for the particular situation of children in their given countries.

Nevertheless, successful efforts will have certain key components. These include: changing legislation, policy, attitudes, as well as the physical environment and the allocation of resources that perpetuate inequalities and discrimination, providing channels for children's participation, collecting data, and establishing mechanisms to monitor and report discrimination.

This guide provides advice on these diverse areas and examples of how discrimination has been successfully challenged.