Set of posters for displaying children's rights and their associated responsibilities. From an illustrated guide issued by the National Children's Rights Committee; South Africa and the UNICEF document on the Rights of a Child.
Rights and Responsibilities
Subject Health and Wellness — Personal and Community Health • Social Studies — Civic Participation, Government
Grade Level Grades K-5
Resource Type Presentation
posters do not distinguish between rights and privileges. For example one states that children have a right to a clean environment wherever they go but that is not true, they are fortunate when they do but not all locations can be clean such as sewage plants, dumps, streets, etc.
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