Tales of the Rights of the Child

Tales of the Rights of the Child

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What are children's rights? In 1989, the United Nations General Assembly approved the Convention on the Rights of the Child. This treaty, which has already been ratified by all the countries of the world with two exceptions, explains the rights of all children to health, education, to a name and a nationality, to have a family, not to work, to play. , to protection, food, and many more. has selected some books that talk about the Elementary Rights of children so that parents can know them and pass them on to their children.

1. Children without rights NO!
Bruno Muscat, Manu Boisteau
Children without rights NO! it is a material to teach children about their most important rights. Based on the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, it explains 10 of the most important rights: to be loved and respected, to equality, to health care, to have an identity, to go to school, to have something to eat, to give your opinion, to be protected from violence, not to be exploited and to dream, laugh and play.
Each right is illustrated with a real case of non-compliance, which makes it possible to make children aware of situations of violation and of the need for respect for the rights of minors to be fulfilled.
Children without rights NO! It also aims to bring children closer to the figure of the Ombudsman for Minors: what he does, how he can help them, how to contact him and how to act in an emergency. It includes an Internet mini-guide with addresses of interest for children and adults.

2. Carla 5. We are all different
Jose Luis Agreda
A book for children that talks about the right to non-discrimination, the right to protection and to be different. When a classmate tells Carla that she has drawn it and is going to paint it pink, she wonders why some of us are pink, others brown, others yellow ... In the end they all come to the conclusion that it is luckily we are all different, otherwise the world would be very boring! Carla has a fresh and contemporary image, and her reasoning is close to that of the little ones. An everyday and fun story, to learn naturally. For children from 3 years of age.

3. The cricket Benito
Almudena Taboada, Adriana Ribó
The cricket Benito got a throat sick, he had a fever and when he recovered he became deaf. He had an illness: his throat became red and he had a high fever. When he recovered, Benito had gone deaf. A story about deafness with recommendations for parents and activities for the child to empathize with deaf people, as well as with those with some kind of difficulty or disability.

4. Cyril the crocodile
Almudena Taboada, Adriana Ribó
In a society like ours, in which the incorporation of different cultures and languages ​​is evident, communication and dialogue must build a solid space to support coexistence between all members of the same. For this reason and, with the aim to promote the growth of children in an environment of cultural interrelation, this title has been devised within 'Stories to feel' since it is necessary to educate children to accept others whose skin color is not the same as theirs and that this is never a cause of marginalization or discrimination.

5. 60th anniversary of the declaration of Human Rights + DVD
On December 10, 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations approved and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Following this historic act, the Assembly asked all member countries to publish the text of the Declaration and arrange for it to be distributed, displayed, read, and commented on in schools and other educational establishments. 2008 marks the 60th anniversary of this Declaration and for this reason this compilation album of the greatest Spanish artists is published, in which the bonus track is a song by Nacho Cano ('Article 1') composed especially for this album and in which all the benefits of it will go to the Foundation Article 1. The animation DVD explains and enunciates in a very attractive and didactic way the thirty articles of the Declaration of Human Rights told by Dudhú, who is the character main animated DVD.

6. We are all born free
Every man, woman and child on this planet is free. Wherever we live, wherever we are, these are our rights and no one can take them away from us. Our rights protect us from all kinds of violence, fear, abuse, mistreatment, racism, situations of disrespect, etc. The rainbow is a bridge of friendship that is crossed by all the children of the world who can speak the language of Peace. It does not matter that they are of different race, sex, religion, nationality ... They all have the same rights and together they walk the path of harmony and well-being.

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