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The Convention on the Rights of the Child covers a whole range of different human rights and sets out the specific ways these rights should be achieved for children and young people. The Convention defines everyone under the age of 18 as a child.
Some of the rights that are contained in the Convention include:
- the right to be treated fairly
- the right to have a say about decisions affecting you
- the right to live and grow up healthy
- the right to be safe no matter where you are
- the right to get an education
- the right to play and have fun!
Download this fun and simple resource to assist children to understand their rights.