";s:4:"text";s:4861:"Every child has rights, whatever their ethnicity, gender, religion, language, abilities or any other status.We are the only organisation working for children recognised by the Convention.The Convention must be seen as a whole: all the rights are linked and no right is more important that another. These are the 54 articles contained in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child written in child -friendly language. It also explains how adults and governments must work together to make sure all children can enjoy all their rights.The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, or UNCRC, is the basis of all of Unicef’s work. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) 1 The CRC. “Rights" are things every child should have or be able to do. is the most widely ratified Convention, being ratified by all but three States worldwide (ratified by all Council of Europe Member States). They’re known as the “General Principles” and they help to interpret all the other articles and play a fundamental role in realising all the rights in the Convention for all children. article 2 The Convention applies to everyone whatever their race, religion, abilities, whatever they think or say, whatever type of family they come from. We receive no money from the UN budget.How we're helping children here in the UKarticles make up the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).  Einige der 196 Staaten (auch die Nichtmitgliedsstaaten Cookinseln, Niue, Palästina und der Vatikanstaat) haben die Konvention ratifiziert, erklärten allerdings Vorbehalte (darunter zunächst auch Deutschland, Österreich und Schweiz).
They are:The Convention has 54 articles that cover all aspects of a child’s life and set out the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights that all children everywhere are entitled to.
How does the Convention define "child"?
Read the full convention (pdf) Read a summary of the UNCRC (pdf) These rights are listed in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1989 and subsequently signed by almost Der Kinderrechtskonvention sind mehr Staaten beigetreten als allen anderen UN-Konventionen, nämlich alle Mitgliedsstaaten mit Ausnahme der USA.  article 3 All organisations concerned with children should work towards what is best for each child. Zuletzt haben Somalia und Südsudan im Oktober 2015 die Kinderrechtskonvention ratifiziert. They made a promise to every child to protect and fulfil their rights, by adopting an international legal framework – the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Time to act Ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore shares eight reasons why she’s worried, and hopeful, about the next generation. It is the most complete statement of children’s rights ever produced and is the most widely-ratified international human rights treaty in history.
They include:Unicef UK is a charity, entirely funded by our supporters. rights in this Convention.
article 4 Governments should make these rights available to children. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discriminationIt’s become the most widely ratified human rights treaty in history and has helped transform children’s lives around the world.International standards on child rights have advanced dramatically over the past century – explore the milestonesBut still not every child gets to enjoy a full childhood.
For UN Member States. It is the most complete statement of children’s rights ever produced and is the most widely-ratified international human rights treaty in history.The Convention also contains a number of agreements to add further unique rights for children which are optional for countries – they are called “Optional Protocols”. The right to relax and play (Article 31) and the right to freedom of expression (Article 13) have equal importance as the right to be safe from violence (Article 19) and the right to education (Article 28).There are four articles in the convention that are seen as special. Still, too many childhoods are cut short.Read and download the Convention on the Rights of the Child – the most widely ratified human rights treatyHow many countries have ratified the Convention? Convention on the Rights of the Child Back to the Access to Databases page To access the texts, please click on the underlined words/links.
All children have the same rights. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, or UNCRC, is the basis of all of Unicef’s work.
A wide range of children’s rights are set out in the CRC and it obliges ratifying States to protect these.