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Prospects of Multilevel Communication by Children and Young People in Africa: A Case Study of the South African Children's Parliament

Prospects of Multilevel Communication by Children and Young People in Africa: A Case Study of the South African Children's Parliament

Author: 
Adebayo Fayoyin
Publication Date
2016

“Child rights advocates are optimistic of its transformative role in enhancing the voice of young people and instituting an empowering narrative for social change. However, it is constrained by conceptual and programmatic weaknesses which impair its effectiveness as a tool of meaningful participation and communication by children.”

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Email received from Adebayo Fayoyin on March 11 2017, and International Journal of Media, Journalism and Mass Communications website on March 14 2017.

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