YOUR RIGHTS

Everyone under 18 has these rights. All children have these rights, no matter who they are, where they live, what their parents do, what language they speak, what their religion is, whether they are a boy or girl, what their culture is, whether they have a disability, whether they are rich or poor. No child should be treated unfairly on any basis.


YOUR RIGHTS

Everyone under 18 has these rights. All children have these rights, no matter who they are, where they live, what their parents do, what language they speak, what their religion is, whether they are a boy or girl, what their culture is, whether they have a disability, whether they are rich or poor. No child should be treated unfairly on any basis.


YOUR RIGHTS

Everyone under 18 has these rights. All children have these rights, no matter who they are, where they live, what their parents do, what language they speak, what their religion is, whether they are a boy or girl, what their culture is, whether they have a disability, whether they are rich or poor. No child should be treated unfairly on any basis.


As taken from the UN Convention on theRights of the Child. You can see a full list of rights here

ARTICLE 1

Everyone under 18 has these rights.

ARTICLE 2

All children have these rights, no matter who they are, where they live, what their parents do, what language they speak, what their religion is, whether they are a boy or girl, what their culture is, whether they have a disability, whether they are rich or poor.

ARTICLE 3

All adults should do what is best for you. When adults make decisions, they should think about how their decisions will affect children.

ARTICLE 4

The government has a responsibility to make sure your rights are protected. They must help your family to protect your rights and create an environment where you can grow and reach your potential.

ARTICLE 5

Your family has the responsibility to help you learn to exercise your rights, and to ensure that your rights are protected.

ARTICLE 6

You have the right to be alive.

ARTICLE 7

You have the right to a name, and this should be officially recognized by the government. You have the right to a nationality (to belong to a country).

ARTICLE 8

You have the right to an identity – an official record of who you are. No one should take this away from you.

ARTICLE 9

You have the right to live with your parent(s), unless it is bad for you. You have the right to live with a family who cares for you.

ARTICLE 10

If you live in a different country than your parents do, you have the right to be together in the same place.

ARTICLE 11

You have the right to be protected from kidnapping.

ARTICLE 12

You have the right to give your opinion, and for adults to listen and take it seriously.

ARTICLE 13

You have the right to find out things and share what you think with others, by talking, drawing, writing or in any other way unless it harms or offends other people.

ARTICLE 14

You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs. Your parents should help you decide what is right and wrong, and what is best for you.

ARTICLE 15

You have the right to choose your own friends and join or set up groups, as long as it isn’t harmful to others.

ARTICLE 1

Everyone under 18 has these rights.

ARTICLE 2

All children have these rights, no matter who they are, where they live, what their parents do, what language they speak, what their religion is, whether they are a boy or girl, what their culture is, whether they have a disability, whether they are rich or poor

ARTICLE 3

All adults should do what is best for you. When adults make decisions, they should think about how their decisions will affect children.

ARTICLE 4

The government has a responsibility to make sure your rights are protected. They must help your family to protect your rights and create an environment where you can grow and reach your potential

ARTICLE 5

Your family has the responsibility to help you learn to exercise your rights, and to ensure that your rights are protected.

ARTICLE 6

You have the right to be alive.

ARTICLE 7

You have the right to a name, and this should be officially recognized by the government. You have the right to a nationality (to belong to a country).

ARTICLE 8

You have the right to an identity – an official record of who you are. No one should take this away from you.

ARTICLE 9

You have the right to live with your parent(s), unless it is bad for you. You have the right to live with a family who cares for you.

ARTICLE 10

If you live in a different country than your parents do, you have the right to be together in the same place.

ARTICLE 11

You have the right to be protected from kidnapping.

ARTICLE 12

You have the right to give your opinion, and for adults to listen and take it seriously.

ARTICLE 13

You have the right to find out things and share what you think with others, by talking, drawing, writing or in any other way unless it harms or offends other people.

ARTICLE 14

You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs. Your parents should help you decide what is right and wrong, and what is best for you.

ARTICLE 15

You have the right to choose your own friends and join or set up groups, as long as it isn’t harmful to others.