27 results for "Goal 3: Good health"

13 lessons

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Covid-19 & Child Rights

A newly discovered virus is making a lot of people sick. Children and adults must change their ways in order to combat the spread of infection. How does this affect children’s daily lives and overall health?


Thinking exercise about the Global Goals

How can the world achieve the Global Goals by the year 2030?

Bwami and his mum outside their house

Chains of Cause and Effect

What are the causes of the problems and challenges that the Child Rights Heroes are trying to solve? A whole class task, in which everyone helps identify causes in a discussion about how different factors can combine and create negative chains of cause and effect.

The Child Jury standing together outside

One child, several rights

A creative collage exercise that highlights the reality behind the articles of the UNCRC through children’s own life experiences.

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First encounter with the Rights of the Child

So what is the UNCRC actually about, and what does it mean if a country has pledged to follow it?

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The Problem Tree

Identify causes, effects and solutions linked to various challenges and problems

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Rights & responsibilities

It’s important to know one’s own rights to be able to respect the rights of others. How are children treated in your local community?

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Action Cards

Harness the enthusiasm generated by the WCP Program and enable participants to discover how they themselves can make a difference.

Plastic trash on beach

Talk litter

Littering is one of several kinds of pollution that are contaminating the environment in the air and on the ground, and it affects everything from our health to the climate.

Hand parting blinds

Windows with views

Stories about vulnerable children and Child Rights Heroes reflect many violations of children’s rights, but also proven solutions. Work individually at first, then take a combined approach and choose the best solution together as a group.

Children in Gambia discussing

Help from the expert groups

A method built on cooperation and support from friends.

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Children’s rights and the Global Goals

Discover the connection between the articles of the UNCRC and various Global Goals and targets.

A man and two animals in a house.

Breaking the cycle of poverty

The Global Goals for Sustainable Development, which partly aim to eradicate poverty, cannot be achieved unless children’s rights are respected.

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Step 8: Round the Globe Run for a better World

A manifestation for Child Rights and the Global Goals.

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Step 4: The Global Goals

Explore the UN Global Goals of Sustainable Development.


Global Goals & Child Rights

How the UN Global Goals are connected to Child Rights

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Step 9: No Litter Generation

Activities that spark ideas for solutions required for a more sustainable local community, country and world.

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Talk about Coronavirus/COVID-19

A lesson about COVID-19 and children’s rights.

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How are the worlds children

All countries that have ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child have promised to respect the rights of the child. Yet still, violations of these rights are common in all countries.

Nkosi Johnson, South Africa.

Nkosi Johnson, South Africa

Nkosi was only twelve years old when he died of aids related causes, but he fought to the end for his and other sick children’s right to attend school and be treated like any other child.

Manuel Rodrigues, Guinea Bissau.

Manuel Rodrigues, Guinea Bissau

Manuel and his organisation AGRICE give children with disabilities the chance to live life with dignity. They get access to healthcare and a home, go to school and are given love and security.

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You and the Global Goals

Exploring issues relating to the Global Goals.

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Peace & Changemaker Generation

A 100,000 children – a whole generation– in and around the national parks Gonarezhou in Zimbabwe and Limpopo in Mozambique are being educated through the Peace & Changemaker Generation project,

Rosi Gollmann. Germany.

Rosi Gollmann, Germany

Rosi grew up in Nazi Germany during the Second World War. She experienced the terror, discrimination and suspension of democracy that war brings. Only 18-year-old she decided to dedicate her life to help the poor and oppressed to help themselves.

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Facts: COVID-19

Covid-19 and Children’s Rights.

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Dunga Mothers, Kenya

The Dunga Mothers (formerly mothers of St. Rita) work as volunteers to help children living in the villages around Kisumu in Kenya who have lost parents to HIV/AIDS.

Dr. Cynthia Maung, Myanmar, Thailand.

Cynthia Maung, Myanmar/Thailand

Dr. Cynthia Maung, originally from Myanmar, runs the Mae Tao Clinic in Thailand since 1989. Over 200,000 refugees and immigrants from Myanmar receive free healthcare here. Most are children.


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