An evolving guide that aims to refine a new standard for both design and businesses, and direct the development towards products and services that have ethics and children’s best interests at their core.

Everyone can use

RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION

Offer me something safe and keep me protected

RIGHT TO BE PROTECTED

Encourage me to be active and play with others

RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT, RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE

You don’t know me, so make sure you include me

RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE, RIGHT TO BE HEARD

Give me room to explore and support my growth

RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT

Do not misuse my data

RIGHT TO PRIVACY

Help me recognize and understand commercial activities

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

I have purpose so make my influence matter

RIGHT TO NON-PARTICIPATE

Create space for play, including a choice to chill

RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT, RIGHT TO LEARN, RIGHT TO LEISURE AND PLAY

Use communication I can relate to

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

Guide in Action

Learn from our collection of stories by designers and companies, how the Design Guide is used in action.

Resources

Explore our selection of supporting materials, and learn the How To, and Dos and Don’ts when designing for children’s rights.

Our community

The Designing for Children Guide was created by 70+ heroes – designers, psychologists, neuroscientists, health care specialists, educators, and children’s rights experts – during Talkoot, a 48-hour collaborative event.

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