Time to Talk is an intervention to provide a vital platform for working children to talk and share about their views of the work to raise their concerns and issues to be addressed and heard by the authorities. The working class children are less heard by concerned department and thus negligence is eminent. We aim to conduct various activities and disseminate the views of Child Labour to local stake holders and government agency. This project aims to produce extensive report on Child Labour to present the perspectives of working children and youths in the run up to the Fourth Global Conference on Child Labor hosted by the Government of Argentina, supported by the International Labor Organization (ILO) in 2017. The working modality of this project is the conduction of 3 events of consultations with the working children. In total 30 children will be included in consultation working in 3 different sectors. After all the consultation is completed there is formation and supervision of Children's Advisory Committees (CACs). The CACs will meet 4-5 times over a period of about 12 months, in order to support the project implementation. The tasks of the CACs will include the revision of results and reports and the support in developing local advocacy strategies. CWISH is implementing this project in collaboration with Kindernothilf and tdh Germany from March 2016 to July 2018.