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Why do YOU think the UNCRC is important?



This question is part of how much do you know about the uncrc?

Asked by Cooper, Last updated: Sep 19, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

John Smith
John Smith

Answered Sep 09, 2016

Because children are individuals and members of their families and communities. they have rights and responsibilities just like everyone else and this needs to be recognized.because knowing everyones rights is vital for a world full of freedom, justice, tolerance, equality and peace.because childrens cultures and traditions are and important part of societu and they should be protected.because we need to work together to make life better for the worlds children, especially children in situations who are the most vulnerable (like abject poverty, child exploitation and disability).
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