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Children's rights and responsibilities
Transcript of Children's rights and responsibilities
Children have the right to have education and the responsibility to be hard - working.
Children have the right to play and the responsibility to play safely.
Children have the right to have protection and the responsibility to be safe.
Children have the right to have freedom of thoughts and the responsibility to do what they say about their thoughts.
Children have the right to have protection from neglect and the responsibility to care about their family.
Children have the right to have good environment and the responsibility to clean their environment.
Connection between rights and responsibilities
Children's rights and responsibilities around the world
In United States(facts)
How children's rights are met
The way I or others can take action to support the central idea is:
I help poor children in other countries
I ask people to help children across the world.
I could donate to organizations
I could giving away things I don't use.
Here are the photos about children's rights and responsibilities:
Ms. Sue told me about:
Children have the right to have education
Education should develop each child.
Children also have the right but it doesn't follow the UN Convention Rights of a Child.
USA is just the UN member - state.
Here are some videos about children's rights. They are cartoons made by UNICEF.