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.
- A child is being forced to do dangerous work, often under slave-like conditions.
Discuss: Who are the children who are being enslaved, and abused? What can be done to stop modern-day slavery?
- A child is homeless, being forced to do whatever it takes to survive.
Discuss: How did this child end up on the street? Perhaps she had to run away from abuse? Or did she lose her family through violence or a natural disaster? What can be done to make sure that children are not forced to live on the street in the future?
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