Childhood And Human Rights

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CHILDHOOD AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Dr. Karanam Narayana Rao
(HOD Politics, SDS(Autonomous)College, Shreeramnagar, GARIVIDI, viziamagaram District.)
INTRODUCTION
Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex and so on. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible. All human rights are indivisible, whether they are civil and political rights, such as the right to life, equality before the law and freedom of expression; economic, social and cultural rights, such as the right to work, social security and education. These rights stated in the declaration were adopted
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Alighting from ancient times, the concept of human rights has covered a hard and stiff way. Aristotle was the first one in asserting the idea of natural law, in his work “Politics” saying, “A person becomes slave or free only by law, human beings do not differ by the nature of mankind.” In other words, the problem of human rights together with the problem of peace and security, continues to be one of the dominant maters of political life and public debate. The situation is presented differently in every country and keeps progressing, depending on the national historical circumstances and the direction of development in every country. Definitely and unquestionably, the problem of fundamental human rights and liberties is still a constant preoccupation of the great philosophers in the following centuries, until it was fruitful on December 10th 1948, a date worldwide celebrated as the International Day of Human Rights, it was then adopted the Universal Declaration of Human…show more content…
The Convention is most widely and quickly ratified by countries in world history. Children’s human rights education refers to education and educational practices in schools and educational institutions that are consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Children’s rights of education involve the teaching and practice of children’s rights in schools and educational institutions, as informed by and consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. When fully implemented, a children's rights education program consists of both a curriculum to teach children of their human rights and framework to operate the school in a manner that respects children's rights. It is a form of education that takes seriously the view that children are bearers of human rights, that children are called tomorrow’s citizens in their own right, that schools and educational institutions are learning communities where children learn the values and practices of human rights and

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