Organizations working for all children's voting:
 
 
Organizations working to lower the voting age to 16: See here
Select publications on eliminating all voting ages:

  • Bennett, R. W., "Should Parents Be Given Extra Votes on Account of Their Children: Toward a Conversational Understanding of American Democracy," 94 Nw. U. L. Rev. 503, 1999-2000.

  • Bernstein, Jonathan, “The Case for Lowering the Voting Age ... to Zero,” New Republic, May 30, 2011.

  • Campiglio, Luigi, “Children’s Right to Vote: The Missing Link in Modern Democracies,” Sociological Studies of Children and Youth, 2009, Vol. 12, 221-247, p. 222.

  • Campiglio, Luigi, First, the Women and Children: Why it is Indispensable to Give Political Weight to the Under-Age Ones (Il Mulino, Bologna 2005).

  • Carballo, Manuel, "Extra Votes for Parents?" Boston Globe, December 17, 1981.

  • Children’s Rights International Network (CRIN), “Right to Vote.”

  • Conrad, Stefanie (2009). “Children as Active Citizens: Addressing Discrimination against Children’s Engagement in Political and Civil Society Processes.” Plan International.

  • Cook, Phillip, “Against a Minimum Voting Age,” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (2013) 16.3.

  • Corak, Miles, TED Talk “Citizenship as a Privilege or as a Right: Should Children be Given the Vote.”

  • Cummings, Michael, Children’s Voices in Politics (Peter Lang AG: 2020).

  • Daly, Aoife, "Free and Fair Elections for Some? The Potential for Voting Rights for Under-18s," in David Keane and Yvonne McDermott, eds., The Challenge of Human Rights: Past, Present, and Future (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012), 268-290.

  • De Quetteville, Harry, ‘Germany plans to give vote to babies,’ Daily Telegraph, 9 July, 2008

  • Demeny, Paul, "Pronatalist Policies in Low-Fertility Countries: Patterns, Performance and Prospects," Population and Development Review (1986), vol. 12 (supplement): 335-358.

  • Douglas, Joshua, “In Defense of Lowering the Voting Age,” University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 165 (2017), 63-72.

  • Douthat, Ross, “Power to the Parents,” New York Times, March 3, 2018.

  • Farson, Richard, Birthrights: A Bill of Rights for Children (New York: Macmillan Publishing, 1974).

  • Folkes, Alex (2004). “The Case for Votes at 16.” Representation 41(1): 52–56.

  • Fletcher, Adam, The Practice of Youth Engagement (CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2014).

  • Fletcher, Adam, “My Call to End the Voting Age,” adamflectcher.net.

  • Franklin, Bob, “Children’s political rights.” In: Bob Franklin, ed., The Rights of Children (New York: Basil Blackwell, 1986), 24–53.

  • Gans, Joshua, “Why It Is Time to Give Children the Right to Vote,” Forbes (April 20, 2012).

  • Godwin, Samantha, “Children’s Oppression, Rights, and Liberation,” Interdisciplinary Law Review (2011) 247.

  • Goethe Institute (2010). “The Right to Vote from Birth On?”

  • Goodin, Robert and Joanne Lau, “Enfranchising Incompetents: Suretyship and the Joint Authorship of Laws,” Ratio, 2011, XXIV.2:154-66.

  • Hamilton, Vivian, “Democratic Inclusion, Cognitive Development, and the Age of Electoral Majority,” Brooklyn Law Review (2012) 77.4:1447-1513.

  • Hinrichs, Karl, “Do the Old Exploit the Young? Is Enfranchising Children a Good Idea?” Arch Europ Sociol XLIII.1 (2002):35-58.

  • Hinze, Jakob, “Does Epistemic Proceduralism Justify the Disenfranchisement of Children?” Journal of Global Ethics, 2019.

  • Holt, John, Escape from Childhood (New York: Penguin, 1975).

  • Kamijo, Yoshio, et al, “Voting on Behalf of a Future Generation: A Laboratory Experiment,” Sustainability 2019, 11.

  • Köhler, Lennart, “Voting Rights for Children,” Dagens Medicin, Nov. 12, 2008.

  • Koroknay-Palicz, Alex, “Youth Demand a Voice and a Vote,” Wiretap Magazine (May 27, 2003).

  • Lecce, Steven, “Should Democracy Grow Up? Children and Voting Rights,” Intergenerational Justice Review, 9.4 (2009), 133-139.

  • López-Guerra, Claudio, Democracy and Disenfranchisement: The Morality of Electoral Exclusions, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014).

  • Ludbrook, Robert, “Should Children Have the Right to Vote?” National Children’s and Youth Law Centre, Discussion Paper, 1995.

  • McCrummen, Stephanie, ‘'Children's Parliament' Sets High Bar in Congo: youthful body in a beacon of justice,’ The Washington Post, August 11, 2007.

  • Modi, Neena, “Votes for a Better Future,”. Arch Dis Child 2020, 105.1:13-14, p. 14.

  • Modi, Neena, “A Radical Proposal: To Promote Children’s Wellbeing Give Them the Vote,” BMJ 2018:361.

  • Munn, Nicholas John, “Capacity Testing the Youth: A Proposal for Broader Enfranchisement,” Journal of Youth Studies 15:8, 2012:1048-1062.

  • Munn, Nicholas John, "Against the Political Exclusion of the Incapable," Jouranl of Applied Philosophy 35(3), 2018:601-616.

  • Olsson, Stefan, “Children’s Suffrage: A Critique of the Importance of Voters’ Knowledge for the Well-Being of Democracy,” The International Journal of Children’s Rights 16 (2008):55-76.

  • Parijs, Philippe van,"The Disenfranchisement of the Elderly, and Other Attempts to Secure Intergenerational Justice," Philosophy and Public Affairs (1999) vol. 27: 292-333.

  • Pantell, Robert and Maureen Shannon, “Improving Public Policy for Children: A Vote for Each Child,” Intergenerational Justice Review (2009) 9.4:139-143.

  • Peebles, Graham, “Give Children the Vote, Strengthen Democracy” Counterpunch, January 2019.

  • Peterson, Paul (1992), “An Immodest Proposal.” Daedalus. Vol. 121 (4/1992), 151-174.

  • Phillips, Leigh, “Hungarian Mothers May Get Extra Votes for their Children in Elections,” The Guardian (Sunday 17 April, 2011).
  • Ringen, Stein, “In a Democracy, Children Should Get the Vote,” New York Times (Dec 14, 1996).

  • Runciman, David, “'The paradox of political representation', Journal of Political Philosophy 15, 1 (2007), pp. 93–114.

  • Runciman, David, How Democracy Ends (London: Profile Books, 2018).

  • Rutherford, Jane, “One Child, One Vote: Proxies for Parents,” Minnesota Law Review (1998), Vol 82:1463-1525, p. 1495-96.

  • Sridhar, Lalitha, "Bal Sansads: Members of Parliament at 11," Infochange: news and analysis of social justice and development issues in India (May 2004).

  • Tremmel, Jörg and Wilhelm, James, "Democracy or Epistocracy? Age as a Criterion of Voter Eligibility." In: Tremmel, Jörg, ed., Youth Quotas and Other Efficient Forms of Youth Participation in Ageing Societies (Cham: Springer, 2015), pp. 125–147.

  • Umbers, Lachlan Montgomery, “Enfranchising the Youth,” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 2018:1-24.

  • Vaithianathan, R., R. Aoki and Erwan Sbai, “Support for Franchise Extension for Children: Evidence on Japanese Attitude to Demeny Voting,” CIS DP No. 610, 2013.

  • Wald, Patricia, “Making Sense Out of the Rights of Youth,” Human Rights (1974): 4.1:13-29.

  • Wall, John, Give Children the Vote: How to Democratize Democracy (New York: Bloomsbury, forthcoming November 2021).

  • Wall, John, “Why Children and Youth Should Have the Right to Vote: An Argument for Proxy-Claim Suffrage,” Children, Youth and Environments, Vol. 24, No. 1 (2014), pp. 108-123.

  • Wall, John. Democratizing Democracy: The Road from Women’s to Children’s Suffrage,” International Journal of Human Rights, Special Issue, edited by Sonja Grover (2014) 18.6: 646–659.

  • Wall, John, “Can Democracy Represent Children? Toward a Politics of Difference,” Childhood: A Journal of Global Child Research 19.1 (February 2012), 19: 86-100.

  • Wall, John and Anandini Dar, “Children’s Political Representation: The Right to Make a Difference,” International Journal of Children’s Rights 19.4 (December 2011), pp. 595-612.

  • Wallace, Vita, “Give Children the Vote,” The Nation, October 14, 1991.

  • Walton, Katherine, Amnesty International UK, “Votes for Children: The Case for Universal Suffrage.”

  • Wiland, Eric, “One citizen, One Vote,” What’s Wrong? Colorado University Boulder Center for Values and social Policy bog, August 12, 2015.

  • Wolf, Stephan, et al., “Votes on Behalf of Children: A Legitimate Way of Giving Them a Voice in Politics?” Const Polit Econ (2015) 26:356-374.

  • Yglesias, Matthew, “The case for letting children vote,” Vox.com, Nov. 2015.