Presentation on theme: "The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child."— Presentation transcript:
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
These rights apply to all children up to 18 years of age.
The Government should make these rights known to all children and adults.
Education is the right of every child.
Education should develop each childs personality and talents to the full.
Children have the right to healthy food,
… and a healthy environment.
Children have the right to be loved and protected from harm.
Children have the right to learn and use the language and customs of their families.
Children have the right to freely practice the religion of their choice.
Children have the right to stay in contact with their families if they are separated.
To think and believe what they want is the right of every child.
Children have the right to meet together and to join groups.
Children have the right to participate and have their opinions taken into account.
All Rights for All Children!
Thank you to the teachers and students from NZ Model UN, who participated in the UNICEF NZ The UNCROC in Action workshop and captured the images shown in this photo essay. Sarah Hamlin, Fraser Seifert, Logan Van Rynbach, Vincent Curd, Darryl Snellaert, Jordon Te Ohaere, Elise Keall, Jessie Li, Aarushee Kaul, Sharndre Kushor, Conor Knell, Nazia Ahmed, Emma Pairman, Kaitlyn White, Abigail Stephens, Claire McCorkindale, Annie Huang.