Published on February 3, 2014
The right of education IOULIA A. SOFIA B. SOFIA I. DESPOINA I. NIKOLETA K. GEORGIA M.
ALL CHILDREN ARE EQUAL!
What is the right of the child to learning? Every child has the right to be educated; education develops children’s personality talents and abilities. Primary education must be free for all children. Equal participation of all children to education and social life. Right to free education with free books.
Why is education important? The purpose of education is to enable the child to develop to his or her fullest possible potential and to learn respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Why is education important? A quality education helps reduce poverty. A quality school respects the rights of the child, does not exclude, provides education that is free, compulsory and accessible, and sees diversity as an opportunity, not a problem. An early childhood education of quality gives children an equal start and allows them succeed in later stages of education.
Do all countries respect that right? The Convention on the Rights of the Child, ratified by 193 countries, is the most widely accepted human rights treaty. Do all countries honor the Convention??
Problems Some children don’t go to school. They don’t have the same chances because there are a lot of discriminations. They don’t have food and clean water. There is a loss of medico-pharmaceutical care. I’m sure I’m sure Can you that you that you help can!!! can!!! them?
Conclusion All the children have the right of education and of equal chances!!!
Slogans If I can help others they can help me, fair enough isn’t it don’t you agree? Education is a right, that you can fight! Every child has a history, that becomes a mystery … EVERYONE CAN HELP!!!
Sources: http://www.unicef.org/republicadominicana/english/advoc acy_partnerships_15926.ht http://www.unicef.org.uk/UNICEFs-Work/Ourmission/Childrens-rights/Education/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education http://education.actionaid.gr/
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