Universal Declaration of the Rights of the child

Universal Declaration of the Rights of the child

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Approved on November 20, 1959 by the United Nations Assembly, the Declaration of the rights of the childrecognizes for the first time the citizenship of boys and girls. It reflects three fundamental aspects:

- The right of the child to be protected against certain kinds of conduct such as neglect, abuse or exploitation

- The right of the child to have access to certain benefits and services, such as education, health care and social security.

- The right of the child to carry out certain activities and to participate in them.

The rights correspond to all boys and girls, regardless of their place of birth or their parents, their gender, race, religion or social origin. The Declaration consists of 54 articles that are grouped and numbered as follows:

- Equality right.

- Right to Protection.

- Right to Identity and Nationality.

- Right to have a house, food and care.

- Right to education and care for the disabled.

- Right to love of parents and society.

- Right to free education and to play.

- Right to be the first to receive help.

- Right to be protected against abandonment and exploitation.

- Right to grow in solidarity, understanding and justice among peoples.

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