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UNICEF Animation Explaining Children's Rights

UNICEF Australia has just released a short animation for children, their parents and teachers, to learn about child rights. The animation follows brother and sister, Jack and Ruby, and puts child rights into context using themes like bullying, poverty and the respect for another’s culture and beliefs.

Along with free downloadable resources from UNICEF - this would be a really useful resource for parents and teachers to use when talking with children about their human rights.

 

Image from Unicef.org.au