The Toolkit is complemented by an e-Learning program that aims to further strengthen the capacity of key targeted stakeholders to mainstream child rights in development cooperation. This programme provides an easily accessible, interactive experience of the Toolkit’s contents and tools.


It should take you between 7-9 hours to complete all modules in this self-paced course.


At the end of this course, you will be able to explain the importance of a child rights-based approach to development cooperation, both as an obligation of governments and an opportunity to achieve development goals and access tools that assess the underlying causes and patterns of discrimination and inequalities facing children in a given country to…

  • Inform your work and the work of your partners
  • Address underlying factors and determinants that prevent disadvantaged children and families benefitting from services and claiming their rights.
  • Identify whether key interventions and services needed to address inequities are prioritized within national policies, laws, strategies, plans and budgets.
  • Identify changes you can implement to better incorporate a child-rights perspective in the interest of advancing child rights in your country/region.
  • Define possible areas of collaboration and partnerships at the country level to advance and support national priorities on child rights.
  • Identify the tools provided in the Child Rights Toolkit that can be immediately implemented into your work.