Convention on the rights of the child (CRC) 1989

FW trained 30 children every year

FW trained 30 children every year

The CRC’s provision apply to everyone below the age of 18 years and address four main areas of children’s right : Survival, Development, Protection and Participation

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Convention on the rights of the child (CRC) was adopted by the General assembly of the united nations on 20 nopember 1989. The CRC has become history’s most ratified human rights instrument: now, all but two of the world’s countries have agreed to meet the standarts set forth in the CRC. In the 1990s, much progress has been made towards realizing the rights enshrined in the CRC. In 2001 marks another special year for creating” a world fit for children”. The CRC makes it very clear that society should maximize children’s opportunity to participate in the process of deciding matters that affect them, in line with their evolving capacities.
Article 12:
The child’s opinion the child has the right to express hir or her opinion freely and to have that opinion taken into account in any matter or procedure affecting the children.
Article 13:
Freedom af expression, The child has the right to express his or her views, obtain information, make ideas or information known, regardless of frontiers.
Learning based in the children’s own problem identification/investigation, trough participating in research and action in their own community, will help children relate to the environmental issues better and easier.

The CRC’s provision apply to everyone below the age of 18 years and address four main areas of children’s right:

SURVIVAL
Right to live, acces to health care service, adequate living standards (including food, clean water, housing etc)
DEVELOPMENT
Rigth to education, access to information, play and leisure, culture activities, and the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. PROTECTION
Or other person/persons responsible for them, and protections against the child labour, sexual exploitation, and abuses.
PARTICIPATION
Right to freedom of opinion and to a voice in the matters affecting the child’s life and the right to have his/her views heard and taken seriously.

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