This study is designed as part of a larger research agenda by the Children and the Environment Program. Its purpose is to understand the way children and youth are involved, and could be involved, in programs that foster their genuine participation in community environmental initiatives. it is a pilot survey of a select groups of youth programs designed to reveal the structures and approaches organizations employ to encourage and sustain youth involvement in program design and implementation. It is also concern with how the participation of young people in organizational decision-making affects them personally.
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Title: The Youth Participation Pilot Survey
Author(s): Myrna Breitbart, Selim Iltus, Roger Hart
Publication Year: 1995
Publisher: Children’s Environment’s Research Group