Children’s natural curiosity – the basis for the Children’s International Press Centre: Engaged participation from the home and the classroom to the world around


Children’s vibrant curiosity about the world around them becomes evident – in their exploring fingers and rapt gaze – even before they can speak. Once the words begin to come, questions and observations tumble out at a tempo that adults find hard to keep pace with.

ISSA member Children's International Press Centre published an article in the Learning for Well-being magazine. It shares their experience in working with children on child participation.

Read the article here.

Take a look at the magazine here.