Street Children and Children's Rights. Here is a 26 slide powerpoint about Street children and children rights. This powerpoint contains activities, questions and information for students to explore about the concept of rights and responsibilities.
This PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to children rights and responsibilities. This resource includes a starter activity a variety of tasks and then a plenary.
AO1 To understand the concept of rights and how they affect society
AO3 to explore children rights and the definition of street children
Other PowerPoint resources: Children's Rights, Who is a child?, Convention on the Rights of the Child, You have the right to live, You have the right to be with your family, You have a right to a decent home, You have the right to speak, You have a right to information that will help you, You should be protected from cruel punishment, You have the right to good health care, If you have special need you have a right to special care, You have the right to have you basic needs met, You have a right to an education, You have a right to your own culture/language/religion, You have the right to rest and the right to have fun sometimes, You have the right to be protected from exploitation, No one has the right to sell you or buy you as a slave, No one has the right to make you serve as a soldier if you are younger than 16, No one has the right to make you marry, What other rights do you think that children should have?, Protecting Your Rights, More Information
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