Part 1 Survival: every child should have water; how much water is there?; watery tales; Nou; every child should have food; why do we need food?; what's cooking?; Vincent; every child should have a home; where do people live? a place to live?; Mahasin; Nadin; every child deserves a healthy life; what do you need to stay healthy?; health for life; Natalie. Part 2 Development: every child has the right to education; why do we need an education?; school for all!; Sbongile; Maria; every child has the right to play; what's the point of playing?; just playing; Michael. Part 3 Protection: every child needs love and care; who loves and cares for you? family feelings; Ivana; no child should be exploited through work; why do children work?; hard work; Arif; no child should fight in a war; what happens in a war?; war and recovery; Isa; no child should be held back by disability; what is life like with a disability?; living with a disability; CJ. Part 4 Participation: every child has the right to an identity; who are you?; what's in a name?; nationality; Najaha and Abdisukri; religion; Eli; every child has the right to free expression; express yourself!; freedom of expression; Taralyn; every child deserves a happy life; Sibasish; Mayerly.
Exploring UNICEF's Rights of the Child programme, this optimistic and life-affirming book relates the different problems and opportunities children face around the world. A remarkable document that may well be a something of a force for good.