Solidaritea Event Presentation


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Two students from The Winchester School, Jebel Ali [UAE] hosted a SolidariTEA event in our school.

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Solidaritea Event Presentation

  1. 1. Our Rights As Children By Aditi Naik and Saira Simon
  2. 2. What is this event about?This is an event where we, the students of TheWinchester School stand in support with face tofaith in solidariTEA to remember those childrenwhose rights have and are still being violated.This event brings together people of differentfaiths and beliefs to discuss issues pertaining tochildrens rights.
  3. 3. What are Childrens rights?• In 1989, world leaders decided that children needed a special document just for them because people under 18 years old often need special care and protection that adults do not.• The result is the Convention on the Rights of the Child. A convention is an instrument in international law, and the CRC is the first legally binding agreement to spell out the rights of all children.
  4. 4. What is the importance of Childrens rights?Right through history, children have been abused and exploited. Theysuffer from hunger and homelessness, work in life-threateningconditions, have deficient health care and limited opportunities forbasic education. A child does NOT deserve to live such a deprived life.Childhood can and must be preserved. Children have the right tosurvive, develop, be protected and participate in decisions thatimpact their lives.
  5. 5. So come stand with us , and helpus to support those children whoare being neglected. Every childmatters and help us give them alife they are rightful of.
  6. 6. Activity 1 Memorising Your RightsYou will have 3 minutes to remember 10 rights
  7. 7. 10 Children’s Rights• No child should be treated unfairly on any basis.• Children have the right to an education.• Children have the right to live.• Children have the right to an identity.• No child should be neglected, abused or exploited.
  8. 8. 10 Children’s Rights• Children have the right to relax and play.• Children have the right to meet together and join groups and organisations.• Children have the right to get information that is important to their health and well- being.• Children have the right to be cared for by their parents.• Children have the right to privacy.
  9. 9. Activity 2 Recognizing Your RightsYou will be asked questions based on the children’s rights poster on each table.
  10. 10. Question 1Why is the Convention of the Rights of the Child necessary?
  11. 11. Question 2How does the Convention define a child?
  12. 12. Question 2 What isconsidered as child abuse?
  13. 13. Question 3How can a child be aware, be safe ?
  14. 14. Question 4Which one is the most important children’s right to you?
  15. 15. Question 5 Summarizechildren’s rights
  16. 16. Question 6Tell us something new you havelearned from this activity.
  17. 17. Activity 3 Rank Your RightsRank these rights from most important to leastimportant. Students will then explain and justify why they ranked each right as they did.
  18. 18. Activity 4 Childrens Rights ViolationsStudents will discuss in pairs- ‘situations that you have heard of where children’s rights have been violated’
  19. 19. Rights violations that young people live with around the worldThe United Nations Secretary-General’s Study on Violence Against Children(2006) reported on violence in a number of settings, including:Home and family –For many children around the world, home is not a safe place because of harsh physicalpunishment and treatment; emotional violence including insults, name-calling, threats,isolation and rejection; neglect; sexual violence; early marriage; harmful traditionalcustoms; and witnessing domestic violence.Schools and educational settings –In many countries, physical punishment and cruel treatment by teachers is a routinepart of school life. Girls may be harassed verbally, abused or raped at school or on theirway there. Bullying between children can be a serious problem. Global studies foundthat between 20 and 60 per cent of children reported that they had been bullied atschool in the past month.
  20. 20. Rights violations that young people live with around the worldOrphanages, children’s homes and other institutions –There are eight million children around the world who live away from their families.Children in this situation may face neglect and violence from staff and from otherchildren.Community –Communities such as villages, neighbourhoods, streets or groups should be placeswhere children feel protected and supported. However, often they can be placeswhere young people face risks from trafficking and kidnapping, violence from otherchildren. Children may also be exposed to violence through the media and theInternet.
  21. 21. Activity 5 Know Your ResponsibilitiesEach group will receive one right. Using this they will brainstorm responsibilities that come with this right.
  22. 22. Rights• My responsibility in ensuring the right to life• My responsibility in ensuring the right to education• My responsibility in ensuring the right to family or parental care• My responsibility in ensuring the right to live in a safe environment• My responsibility in ensuring the right to freedom of religion, belief and opinion
  23. 23. Thank you!So let us share the richness and be proud of our faith, culture andtradition, join hands in SolidariTEA!
  24. 24. The Winchester School [Jebel Ali]