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18 results for "Step 1: The Rights of the Child"

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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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Talking Chips

Talking chips as a method provides a structure for group discussions that helps pupils participate on equal terms.

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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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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.

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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?

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Recount and listen

To understand a story in-depth, it sometimes takes a little more work!

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The World’s Children’s Prize Program

The World’s Children’s Prize Program is the world’s largest annual education initiative, which empowers children to become changemakers who stand up for human fellowship, the rights of the child, democracy, and the Global Goals for sustainable development. Since the year 2000, 45 million children have taken part in the annual program.

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Step 1: The Rights of the Child in your country

Study the rights of the child and whether these rights are respected where you live. Is there anything you’d like to change? What responsibilities are attached to the rights?

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Video in the classroom

Videos bring the outside world into the classroom and create a more authentic learning experience, which lets learners connect theory to practice.

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The Globe

An educational magazine with facts and stories from around the world.

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Convention on the Rights of the Child

Convention on the Rights of the Child, simplified version.

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How are Myanmar’s children?

Myanmar has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Romania's children?

Romania has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Cambodias's children

Cambodia has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Nigeria's children?

Nigeria has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Ghana’s children?

Ghana has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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