Elanor is conducting research for Plan UK in Pakistan on social norms as they impact on violence against women and girls. She continues to do consultancy work for Womankind Worldwide, amongst others and has completed an assessment of the Stars Foundation ‘Impact Awards’. She continues to take an active role in her local primary school and is trying to find time to download the thousands of photos she took on a recent family holiday to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands.

Marie assisted the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child to develop their General Comment on Children in Street Situations, in association with the Consortium for Street Children. She continues to work with UNICEF on child rights education, particularly, but not only, in school settings. She is a member of the Core Team helping to organise the annual international child participation workshop, CATS (Children as Actors for Transforming Society). She is also conducting child rights training for the municipality of Geneva and inputting into various training curricula on child rights. As part of her other lives, she teaches English in her local French village, and is continuing to rennovate the family home (19th century Alpine farmhouse), as well as the UK-based canal boat she used to live on.