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UN Geneva Dec 2
What does the word ‘childhood’ mean to you? Start an amazing lesson on children’s rights and their relationship to the with this question and the new resources 
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EHRC Mar 2
Want to know how you can monitor and track children’s rights? Take a look at the UK’s first tracker ➡️
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UN Geneva Feb 23
Human Rights Council is starting its 43rd session today with keynote speeches by and . On the agenda of : issues & much more. All info: 📺
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Children's Commissioner for England Nov 29
Article 39 marking the with a summary of 30 signing at changes to the law affecting children’s rights.
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UNESCO Nov 26
For children, violence often happens out of public sight. So what can we do? Students from our Associated Schools Network tell you how the Convention on the Rights of the Child has been protecting children's rights worldwide. ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️
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UN Geneva Dec 4
It is still 2019, which means it is still the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the most ratified international human rights document! Celebrate with us & have a look at the report ➡️
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UNESCO Nov 26
Every child deserves to grow up free of discrimination & fear - no matter who their family is, who they love or how they identify. Join the global movement for children’s rights & stand up for a 🌍 where we are ALL EQUAL:
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UNESCO Nov 27
262 million children & are currently . But the applies to everyone, no matter who and where they are. Let’s join hands to ensure that every girl & boy can keep chasing their dreams:
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UN Geneva Dec 9
Students can’t fight for their rights & support other pple to claim their rights, unless students know what they are. By learning about the Convention, they can increase action & awareness around it so that every right is fulfilled.
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UNICEF Yemen Dec 14
“It is the right of every child to learn, and I will be a teacher.” Eyad is 11 years old and understands the to education , Every Right
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Kent Page Jan 18
Practice makes perfect! ✏️ Little ones practice writing the number ‘5’ on a mini-blackboard specifically meant for them in . Please RT if you agree: , learning! v/
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EHRC Mar 2
“Every child has the right to freedom of expression, which is why I believe children should be involved in the policy making process.” Inspiring words from at tonight’s event with
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UNICEF Yemen Dec 14
“I wish that all the in Yemen and I could live in and safety – this is the most important dream I have, so I can begin to think about my other dreams” – Shahd, 11 years old, Sana’a , Every Right 🕊️🕊️
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UN Geneva Dec 25
Highlights of the year: The most widely ratified treaty turned 3⃣0⃣ this year! As we celebrate the success of this landmark Convention on the , let’s re-commit to putting children first. , every right.
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UNICEF Nepal Dec 19
This year, iconic landmarks around the world - including in - turned 💙blue to mark and 30 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child! , everywhere, every right.
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EHRC Mar 2
“If everyone gets a fair chance in life, we all thrive. Getting that fair chance starts at the beginning – by protecting the rights of children.” -
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UNICEF Education Apr 2
The journey is long but the path is clear. Education is a right not a privilege. , the right to . v/
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Children's Commissioner for England Nov 29
Important reading. Throughout the next year we will be marking the 30th year of the landmark Children Act through our work. Watch this space for more details...
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Eurochild_org Nov 27
Last week our Children’s Council joined the conference and engaged with young people and EU leaders to celebrate 30 years of the Convention! 📺 Watch a summary of the discussions:
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CentreForHumanRights Mar 31
[PODCAST] speaks to , Director of about the practical implications of the in an African context. Listen to find out more!
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