The conception of Children's democratic socialization promoted in this book requires new kinds of institutional structures. This chapter includes reviews of some useful models. Innovation can also come from a revision of existing organizations for children. Indeed, a number of case studies in this chapter are of institutions, normally thought of as quite conservative, where innovation has enabled them to become models of how to foster democratic development. There remains a great divide, however, between Children's organizations and the adult organizations that make decisions about the communities in which children live, including those decisions that most closely affect children. For this reason, examples are also included of new kinds of links between Children's organizations and adult institutions such as local community organizations, local governments, and local environmental planning agencies.