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Resources for the Learning Circles Children's Rights

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Resources for students & teachers:
 

 

 


 

Poster: Child friendly Children's Rights 

Children's Rights (PDF)

 

Kinderrechten (54) (NL)

Kinderrechten verdrag voor kinderen (NL)

Gesprekken over kinderrechten (NL)

 

 

Children's Rights (general info)

 

List of children's rights organizations

Wikipedia

Unicef & CRC

Unicef Canada

Save the Children: Children's Rights in Wales  

 

 

The right to good food, clean water & health care

 

Terre des Hommes: Organisation in actions to improve the protection of environmental child rights.

A parents blog: A child’s right to clean water. 

One Day’s Wages is you, me, us, them: giving, dreaming, and working together to end extreme global poverty. 

Water Aid: Child Rights Based Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH).

Global Washington: working to reduce poverty and disease, increase access to health care and education.

News from a water relief organization.

A Child's Right's mission is to change the lives and improve the health of vulnerable children.

 

 

The right to education and protection against child labour.

 

Unicef: Child protection from violence, expatiation and abuse. 

HREA is an international non-governmental and non-profit organization that supports human rights education; the training of human rights defenders and professional groups. 

Videos on United Nation news. A new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO). 

Video about the Global Conference on Child Labour, Brazil 2013.

The Global March Against Child Labour is a movement to mobilize worldwide efforts to protect and promote the rights of all children, especially the right to receive a free, meaningful education and to be free from economic exploitation. 

Stop Child Labour – School is the best place to work’ is a coalition coordinated by Hivos. The coalition consists of the Algemene Onderwijsbond (AOb), FNV Mondiaal, Hivos, the India Committee of the Netherlands (ICN).Stop Child Labour collaborates with organizations in Asia, Africa and Latin America who work on the principle that ‘no child should work; every child must be in school’.

The Global march against child labor came about in 1998 due to the overwhelming response of the need to end child labor.

 

 

Rights for Girls / Equality

 

U.S. organization: Rights4girls

Humanium: Girls' Rights

Plan international: Why girls?

 

Forgotten refugees:

 

A news page that starts with: "The kids' education has gone backward ... We left our country and our homes and now we don't even have an education or a future,"  

 

Mohamed Sidibay, UN and Unesco


The UN website for global education


Here is the link to the members of the youth panel which Mohamed Sidibay serves on.

Unesco:

Access to education has improved in the past decade for millions of children. But far too many of the world’s most disadvantaged children remain excluded from school, and many of the children in school do not learn the basic skills they need to lead productive lives. 

Education systems around the globe must do more than increase resources to engage the children excluded because of location, gender, disability, ethnic origin, violence or natural disaster. Addressing these challenges requires more than business as usual.
 

These are the UN priorities for their work in education. 

 

Early education and school readiness

Equitable access

Quality of education and child-friendly schooling

Education in Emergencies and Post-Crisis Transition

Girls' education and gender equality 

 

 

 

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