Once learners understand the
role that rights play in their
own lives, they can look further
afield. Explore differences and
similarities between groups,
countries and cultures, and try
to understand the needs and
rights of others.
In How are the
(also in the Globe) you will find contains figures showing
the situation for the world’s children
in terms of health, housing, violence
and the right to express themselves.
Study the statistics and compare
them with where you live and in your
The WCP Child Jury
consists of children
from around 15 countries. They represent
other children and child rights issues through
their own life experiences, including falling
victim to human trafficking or being forced
to become soldiers.
Online and in the Globe you will find hundreds of real-life stories about children, especially
girls, whose rights are violated, as well as children and Child Rights Advocates fighting for their rights.