Invisible Children examines successful and effective networking configurations around the world in which localized organizations working with children and young people increase their impact by aligning with other like organizations within or across sectors. Such networks can be country-specific or issue-specific. They can disseminate information and create platforms for collective action.
Related to the creation and expansion of networks is the notion of building a movement for children, similar to the social movements that have elevated women, or brought attention to specific diseases such as HIV/AIDS and breast cancer. The book examines the need for such a movement and analyzes possible voices within such a movement, including those of children themselves.
Strong Voices Made Stronger