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There are 7 resource(s) with 'children's rights' theme .

Partners in Rights

Save the Children (2000)

Engaging and creative approaches to exploring children's rights and citizenship issues with children aged 7-11. A range of activity sheets, photo cards and a 'rights' poster capture the individual… [more]


Trash! On Ragpicker Children and Recycling

Tara Publishing (2003)

Tells the story of Velu, who runs away from his village in India and ends up working as a ragpicker in Chennai. Trash! also provides facts and arguments to help think about child labour, lifestyles… [more]


My World, Your World

Picture Corgi Books (2004)

This is a book with few words and simple illustrations. It introduces the differences and similarities between children in different parts of the world in a very straightforward way. Whilst it… [more]


Talking Rights: Taking Responsibility

UNICEF (2001)

A speaking and listening resource full of classroom activities linked to the Convention for Children's Rights. [more]


Time for Rights - Activities for Citizenship

Unicef and Save the Children (2002)

Explores citizenship and rights in relation to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Through role-play, cartoons, stories, poems and a wide variety of activities, Time for Rights looks… [more]


Wants and Needs


A set of cards designed to use to introduce children and young people to their rights by helping them first consider what the difference is between a WANT and a NEED. The pack contains 10 sets… [more]


Learning to Participate

Birmingham DEC (1996)

A handbook written by teachers which explores human rights, citizenship and development issues in the local community. Many of the examples relate to England, particularly Birmingham, but are also… [more]