I claim the human right to live. I claim the human right to love. I claim the human right to work. I claim the right to every child to eat.
The Rights of the Child All children have the right to non-discrimination. (Article 2) Children have the right to life. (Article 6) All children have the right to name and nationality at birth. (Article 7) Children have the right to express their views. (Article 12) Children have the right to meet other people. (Article 15) Children have the right to privacy. (Article 16) Children have the right to information. (Article 17) Children have the right to protection. (Article 19, 32) Disabled children have the right to take a full and active part in everyday life. (Article 23) Children have the right to health and health care. (Article 24) Children have the right to education and development. (Article 28, 29) Children have the right to leisure. (Article 31)
social rights: cultural rights: political rights:
social rights: cultural rights: political rights: health and health care, protection. take an active part in everyday life. privacy. name and nationality: education. leisure, get information; non- discrimination. express views. meet other people
My parents allow me to… let me… make me… forbid me to… Smoke; stay late at night; cook dinner for myself; eat what I want; watch anything I want on TV; go to discos; wear jeans to school; be home by …o clock; dress the way I want; help with housework; get a part-time job; drink alcohol; decide what to do after finishing school; choose my own friends; organize parties at home; observe a curfew; drive a car; show my school diary; spend my pocket money.
RightWrongDon t Know 1.At fifteen the law permits you to work full-time. 2.At sixteen you can apply for your own passport. 3.At sixteen you can get a license to drive a car and ride a motorbike 4. At seventeen you do not need your parents permission for anything 5. At eighteen you can borrow money from bank. 6. At fifteen girls can be sent to a special prison for young people. 7. At twelve the law allows you to work only two hours a day. 8. At sixteen you have to pay full ticket on trains and on buses and the tube in London. 9. At thirteen you can see a category -15 film at the cinema. 10. At seventeen boys can join the army. 11. At fourteen you can leave home without your parents consent.