The World of Children – Sharing their thoughts on children’s rights

The World of Children – Sharing their thoughts on children’s rights
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School children in Ireland give a unique insight into their world

Children share their thoughts on children’s rights. Developed in partnership with the UNESCO CYP programme.


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Description

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child formed the basis for this colourful book. In art workshops led by Kids’ Own, children creatively responded to this list of rights, expressing their thoughts, voice and opinions of how they experience their rights.

The children were are 4 questions:

– Why are children important?
– What’s important to children?
– Who are children important to?
– Who should listen to children?

From these questions, children were given the space to identify themes they would like to see in the book.

A digital version of this book can be viewed here.

World of children - children's rights book by Kids own
World of children - children's rights book by Kids own
World of children - children's rights book by Kids ownWorld of children - children's rights book by Kids own
World of children - children's rights book by Kids own
Additional info

‘The World of Children’ is published by Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership.

Recommended age: 8-12

A Kids’ Own Publication
1st Edition (2012)

Paperback: 24 pages, full colour
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1902432851
ISBN-13: 978-1902432854

100% of proceeds support children’s participation in the arts.

 

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