The MAP 16 project has enabled the development of the Hazardous Child Labour List for the first time in Montenegro. It has been developed in consultation with 25 members of the technical working group, with a high level of agreement among the members. As a member of the technical working group, the representative of the Ombudsman initiated the consultative process with the child advisers to get their opinions on the draft of the Hazardous Child Labour List. Namely, the Golden Advisors’ Network, which consists of twelve members 11–17 years old, was established in 2014 to enable children’s participation in the Ombudsman’s work. The draft of the Hazardous Child Labour List was shared with the child advisors, and the representative of the Ombudsman presented opinions of child advisors at the meeting of the TWG. The document review and stakeholder interviews confirmed that most of the children’s recommendations were adopted, such as the request to eliminate fisheries, cultivation of aromatic and spicy herbs, cosmetics and body care from the list of hazardous labor. Children also supported the need to add child begging to the list. This presented a good practice for children’s voices to be heard during the development of legislation relevant to protect children.