This video describes participatory methods that were developed by CERG to enable children in Nepal, aged 8 to 16 years, to look critically at the functioning of their clubs. It is relevant to any organisation of young people that would like to organise itself in more democratic ways. Children's clubs have emerged as an important new kind of institution in Nepal over the past decade. They are both an expression of, and a promise for, the advancement of democracy and children's rights. Programs to encourage children's participation are invariably carried out on a project-by-project basis. Opportunities for children to act as agents in their own organisations offer the potential for a much more effective, authentic and sustainable approach to actively learning about rights and how to collaborate as more self-determining and caring citizens. This is because the children in each club were able to develop the clubs largely by themselves with modest training and few external constraints. Many of the clubs are supported by Save the Children Norway and Save the Children US. These organisations felt that the progress of the clubs has been such a remarkable natural experiment in the different ways that children can organise themselves that they decided to document their functioning. Each of the methods described in this video is illustrated by both footage from the Nepal research and color animation.