We are all different, we are all equal: Child Rights explained


The Non Formal Education team during a project on World Children’s Day, engaged children in a series of recreational & team building activities; in this first session the children were given an introduction to Children’s Rights.

During this first session they discussed how Child Rights were reflected in their day to day lives. The children, with the help of their ASB educators, focused on the Right to have an identity. Following this they created their own personal identities and expressed their own interpretations of what they thought having an identity means.

The children were also introduced to a series of other Rights such as the Right to education, the Right to health, the Right to play & recreation, the Right to non-discrimination, the Right to freedom of speech and the Right to food & shelter.


“We are all different, we are all equal”