Children and young people in some of the poorest and most violent countries in the world are being trained to be WCP Child Rights Ambassadors. How would your pupils carry out the job of being an ambassador?
Study facts and statistics about the
situation for children in different
countries. Experience other children’s
reality through stories about
children living in different places
and under different circumstances.
Almost every country in the world has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This means that they must respect the rights of each and every child, and listen to what children have to say. Still, the rights of children are violated in every single country around the world, in different ways.
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