CAMPAIGN TOOLS

These tools are freely available for everyone to use to campaign in their own communities to end child detention.

VIDEO MESSAGES: SPEAK UP BEHIND BARS

Children say in their own words what their message is for children in detention.

This video petition asks children to respond to these questions: what would you miss if you were in detention? And what is your message for children in detention?

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INFO-GRAPHICS

This series of info-graphics summarises the position of the global campaign and international human rights law on child detention.

They are available in a version for web and print.

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TRAVELLING PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT

Show these beautiful prints, of children exploring what freedom means to them Taken in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, these images document the lives of immigrant children, many who live with the everyday reality of the chance they will be detained. High gloss prints are available to be delivered, via post, for you to exhibit in your community.

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ANIMATED DOCUMENTARY

Animated documentary featuring the voices of children in detention Screen the invisible picture show in your community The ‘Invisible Picture Show’ features the voices of children in detention coupled with animations that give you an understanding of what detention is like for a child. A screen version and an online version are available – the online one is interactive, so every time you watch it you see a different story www.invisiblepictureshow.com

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ONLINE PETITION

We’ve gathered thousands of signatures to end immigration detention of children.

Add your name to the thousands already collected calling for alternatives to immigration detention of children to be implemented, showing your support for the global movement worldwide.

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REPORT

The ‘Captured Childhood’ report is the empirical basis for the campaign The report includes interviews with 70 children who have been detained in 11 countries and provides practical examples from countries including Belgium, the Philippines, Argentina, Sweden and Japan of ways to prevent the immigration detention of children. It details a practical framework- the Community Assessment and Placement (CAP) model – providing a decision making tool for Governments, NGOs and other stakeholders to prevent detention.

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