By 2020, States –
- should have adopted national legislation to institutionalise and formalise a process to involve children in parliamentary processes and in the operation of child-specific institutions;
- should have considered the views of children and young people in the monitoring and accountability of all laws, policies and programmes affecting children.
- Should have adopted a nation-wide parenting education program to educate parents how to involve a child in a family decision-making process on all matters concerning the child, to grant a child the opportunity to ask questions and how to give due weight to such views based on the child’s maturity and evolving capacity
- By 2040, States –
- At the family level, a culture of inclusive participation is established, a child is involved in all family decision-making processes on matters concerning him or her, parents are aware that any decision arrived at must be in the best interest of the child.
- By 2020, the African Children’s Committee –
- should have considered the views of children and young people in the monitoring and accountability of implementation of the Charter;
- should have developed and implemented platforms for children to participate in the monitoring of this Agenda.