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Group members 2 5/30/2012

CRC is a convention formed by UN on 1989 the protect any human being under the age of eighteen. Article 6
1. States Parties recognize that every child has the inherent right to life.
2. States Parties shall ensure to the maximum extent possible the survival and development of the child. Article 19
1. States Parties shall take all appropriate legislative, administrative, social and educational measures to protect the child from all forms of physical or mental violence, injury or abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, maltreatment or exploitation, including sexual abuse, while in the care of parent(s), legal guardian(s) or any other person who has the care of the child. 5 5/30/2012 Convention on rights of children All Harmful actions aimed at a children that leads to harm the child physically, psychological or emotionally witch affect his/her development process .
Also, neglect the child needs like health, nutrition, safety ,emotional development and education when they can be provide . physically harm : hitting, pinching, kicking, punching and burning.

psychological or emotional harm: blaming, threatening and insulting . 7 5/30/2012 1.1. What does this issue mean? 1. Introductory 9 5/30/2012 1.3. Type of children abuse 1. Introductory 2. Reasons of this issue 2.1. violence cased by the parents 13 5/30/2012 Protection is the right of every child… Child protection is the responsibility of every person! 5/30/2012 15 2. Rezones of this issue 2.4. Violence cased by strangers Children spend a lot of time dealing with strangers with out supervision.
They spent time play in street ,our spend to shop ,go by bus to school in
all this time they contact to strangers and might be abused by adult mostly sexually . Studies have shown that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused by the time they turn 18. Did you know ? the domestic helpers or the house maids coming as one of the most important elements who contribute a great share in the development of this social issue . It also often happens that if the parents of the child are very harsh and mean to the maids, the maids tend to bring out the retaliation over these innocent children which are highly unfair. 14 5/30/2012 2. Rezones of this issue 2.3. Violence cased by house made Did you know ? Almost 33% of child abuse victims were under the age of 4. As the childs age increases, the rate of abuse decreases. 5/30/2012 Protection is the right of every child… Child protection is the responsibility of every person! 4. UAE government steps against violence The ancient Greeks believed there were a great number of gods and goddesses. These gods had control over many different aspects of life on earth. In many ways they were very human. They could be kind or mean, angry or pleasant, cruel or loving.

The ancient Greeks built great temples and sanctuaries to their gods. They held festivals in their honour, with sports, sacrifices and competitions. Ancient Greek Art Outlines periods Sculptures Mosaics coin design. The ancient Greeks believed in different existing gods and goddesses, also they thought that gods had control over many different aspects of life on earth, and they may have similar facilities as human like to be kind , mean, angry.

The ancient Greeks built great temples and sanctuaries to their gods, They held festivals in their honors, with sports, sacrifices and competitions. Three Periods of Ancient Greek Art The Archaic:
[800-500 BC]
sculptures were placed on pedestals lining the way to the entrance to a main temple or for marking graves.
The typical statue is of either a male or female figure and represent gods, warriors, and athletes.
Always each has the thin-lipped Archaic smile, perhaps echoing the prosperity and relative peace of the time. The Classical:

During this period [500-323 BC],
The Classical period of Ancient Greece produced some of the most exquisite sculptures the world has ever seen . Artists hold their aesthetic standards to a quest for ideal beauty; this leads to their depicting the human figure in a naturalistic manner because it is the first time in human history that the human body is studied for its aesthetic values. They replace the stiffness of the human figure from the Archaic period with a free-flowing form more true to life.
In the art of Greece during the Classical period the characteristic smile of the Archaic sculpture is replaced by a solemn facial expression.

The Classical period is considered the golden age for the arts, literature, philosophy, and politics and its principles continue to influence western civilization today. The Hellenistic:

The Hellenistic period occurred from the third to the first centuries B.C. in the times that spring up after Alexander the Greats conquests. This is a great time of prosperity that encourages the production of art of a more secular nature. A new reality emerges in Greek sculpture. Humane themes such as childhood, old age, ugliness, and suffering are now of interest In the Hellenistic Era Greek empire was at its peak, now is no more acceptable to make sculptures of normal people and animals
Some of the best known Hellenistic sculptures are Dying Gaul, the Venus de Milo, and the Winged Victory of Samothrace Loacoon and his sons The Winged Victory of Samothrace The Charioteer of Delphi, is one of the best-known statues surviving from Ancient Greece , and is considered one of the finest examples of ancient bronze statues. The Classical age could be seen as a turning point in art and produced some of the most exquisite sculptures known today.
began creating statues that showed joyous freedom of movement and expression, while celebrating mankind.
the best example showing freedom of movement is the Disc`obolos (The Discus Thrower) by Myron The most popular types of Greek panel paintings were still life, portraits and landscapes. One of the Pitsa Panels, the only surviving panel paintings from Archaic Greece. 1-Panel Paintings paintings These paintings were found on walls mostly, but they could also be found in tombs. 2-Wall Paintings 4-Sculpture Paintings This form of Greek painting was used to enhance architecture The majority of Greek sculptures were painted 3-Architecture Paintings Vase paintings are the biggest survivor of Greek paintings This type of Greek painting required the most skill because they were more detailed than any of the other types of Greek painting. 5-Vase Paintings Black-figure of
Achilles Apollo and his raven Pottery of ancient Greece

(Herakles  and Athena )
Herakles entering Olympus Mosaics Greeks also used tiles and rocks of different colors to create floor mosaics. One mosaic found at Olynthus reportedly cost 3,500 drachmas, or the equivalent of ten years of wages for the average worker. Because of the great expense, mosaic floors were only used by the wealthiest of Greeks. Artemis (Diana) aims her bow at a deer browsing on the leaves of an olive tree. A famous mosaic found in the Roman city of Pompeii depicts Alexander the Great leading the Macedonians against the Persians. The Alexander Mosaics Helmeted head of athena / ΑΘΕ, owl standing olive-sprig and crescent above coin design Macedonian coin with image of Heracles , after 330 BC References http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/menu.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Greek_art#Archaic http://suite101.com/article/three_periods_of_ancient_greek_art-a5827 http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/gods/challenge/cha_set.html http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/acropolis/challenge/cha_set.html challenge It is a perfect Hellenistic sculpture.
Discovered in 1506.
Right hand was missing and the hand of the son. Also the right hand of the other son.
Michel Angelo was inspired by the Loacoon group ( Sistine chapel ).
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