Our approach

In our research we follow a child rights-based approach. Thus the right to be heard, to information, protection are an integral part of the research process from informed consent to the presentation of the results. Our focus is on qualitative practice research on children’s rights issues and on child consultations with children and youth.


We support state and civil society institutions, universities, schools and other with the design, planning and realisation of research projects with children and/or on children’s rights.

Our offer

  •   Child rights-based research designs and manuals
  •   Research and consultations with children and youth
  •   Support for children and youth with their research
  •   Desk research and analyses

Our working languages are English, German, Norwegian and Spanish.

Examples of previous research

We implemented a joint study of the London School of Economics and the University of Western Sydney with youth in Germany, the results of which fed into the development of a General Comment no. 25 by the UN Committee for the Rights of the Child.

We also facilitated participation procedures by the Council of Europe on Children’s rights in the digital world and by the German government on the state report on the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. For the German Institute for Human Rights we drafted a publication on research with children.

If you are interested in our services please contact us and we would be delighted to provide you with an offer.