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Rights of the Child Segment Rights of the Child Segment Rights of the Child Segment
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Rights of the Child Segment Rights of the Child Segment Rights of the Child Segment Rights of the Child Segment
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5 minutes 52 seconds
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1. Fill the gap.
you know thatperson in the world has human rights, even children have rights.
2. Fill the gap.
Every person, the whole world has these rights, becauseof us is born equal in dignity and rights.
3. Fill the gap.
Well, the right tomeans every child's life should be protected.
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The right tomeans that every child must receive quality instruction ,
5. Fill the gap.
The right tomeans that children must be allowed to grow in a safe, clean environment.
6. Fill the gap.
the right to water means children have the right to safe drinking water and awith proper toilet facilities .
7. Fill the gap.
the right to identity means, every child must be officially recognized as awith human rights.
8. Fill the gap.
The right tois the right to live in a secure and caring environment, which keeps the child safe.
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It doesn't matter whatyou are, or where you are from.
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In year
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So ingovernments adopted the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child popularly known as
12. Fill the gap.
governments have actually passed newto make sure people respect children's rights.
13. Fill the gap.
But nowinneeds to help enforce and protect these rights from parents to educators and caregivers to children …
14. Fill the gap.
Our rights are allto each other, and are allimportant.
15. Fill the gap.
… the right to be treatedby everyone,
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