Frequently Asked Questions

Please see the overview below for the most frequently asked questions. If your question is not listed here, you can contact us using the contact form.

 

  1. What is the Kids Council?

A Kids Council explores existing strategic dilemmas at institutions and organizations. It gives advice on possible solutions. Institutions and organizations then set to work with these recommendations.

  1. How can you participate?

Click here if you would like to sign up for the Kids Council.

  1. I represent an organization and would like to learn more. Where can I find more information?

For more information for organizations, click here.

  1. I’m a teacher and would like to learn more. Where can I find more information?

For more information for schools, click here.

  1. I’m from the press. Where can I find more information?

For more information for the press, click here.

  1. What is the added value for organizations?

Thanks to the Kids Council, children structurally help institutions and organizations think about strategic and social issues. Decision-makers get new perspectives through the refreshing views of children. The insights gained can also result in an expansion of the organization’s strategy or management.

  1. What is the added value for children?

Thanks to the Kids Council, children structurally help institutions and organizations think about strategic and social issues. Children learn how to help think about the world around them. The Kids Council also improves their personal development and how they interact with other children in their class.

  1. What is the added value for schools?

Thanks to the Kids Council, children structurally help institutions and organizations think about strategic and social issues. Teachers are inspired by the creative intellect of their students.