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We cannot have rights without responsibility

Key concepts: Connection, perspective, responsibility

Related concepts: Human Rights, citizenships

Lines of inquiry:
  • What we think our rights are, and should be
  • What responsibilities we must take to make these rights a reality
  • What happens if people do not keep to their responsibilities
  • Why all communities make and revise agreements about rights and responsibilities in order to live together.

Article 42 UNCRC (United Nations Children's Rights Charter) states that governments should:

undertake to make the provisions of the Convention widely known, by appropriate and active means, to adults and children alike.

This unit of inquiry supports this aim.

The UN Rights of the Child in Child Friendly Language
The UN Rights of the Child Overview

Children's Rights Teaching Guide from Save the Children

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