What is UNICEF?• UNICEF is a charity.• UNICEF works to make the world a  happy and enjoyable place for all  children to be...
What is a Right?• A right is something that a person needs, not just  something that they want.• In 1989 the governments a...
A Summary of the RightsThe 54 rights have 5 main focus areas.
All children have the right to an           education.
All children have the right to be             healthy.
All children have the right to a           childhood.
All children have the right to be          treated fairly.
All children have the right to be heard.
Responsibilities           Who is responsible?• Adults are responsible for providing the things  children need.• We are al...
All children have the right to an           education.
All children have the right to be heard.
August• Our rights and responsibilities in school – Class  Charters.• Learn about rights and responsibilities in our  less...
Why are we doing RRSA?
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  1. 1. What is UNICEF?• UNICEF is a charity.• UNICEF works to make the world a happy and enjoyable place for all children to be.• They work in places all over the world to help children enjoy their rights.
  2. 2. What is a Right?• A right is something that a person needs, not just something that they want.• In 1989 the governments across the world made a promise to all children. They promised they would help them all enjoy the same rights.• They wrote a special document called the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).• This special document has 54 rights (articles) inside.
  3. 3. A Summary of the RightsThe 54 rights have 5 main focus areas.
  4. 4. All children have the right to an education.
  5. 5. All children have the right to be healthy.
  6. 6. All children have the right to a childhood.
  7. 7. All children have the right to be treated fairly.
  8. 8. All children have the right to be heard.
  9. 9. Responsibilities Who is responsible?• Adults are responsible for providing the things children need.• We are all responsible.• Everyone can enjoy their rights if we all take responsibility.
  10. 10. All children have the right to an education.
  11. 11. All children have the right to be heard.
  12. 12. August• Our rights and responsibilities in school – Class Charters.• Learn about rights and responsibilities in our lessons.• Think about our rights and responsibilities in the playground.
  13. 13. Why are we doing RRSA?
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