s for all,
This year UNICEF celebrates
the20 years of the convention. It has a very influentialimportant job and there is a fallhas been a reduction in all numbers concerning the ill-treatment of the children in the broad sense since 20 years ago.
Why is it so important?
To my mind it is very important. Because children are the citizens of tomorrow, the humanity of tomorrow. It is about our job as teachers and in the interests of child welfare.
Under-nutrition (with approximately 5.6 million children dying
dead childper year). TheUnder-nutrition contributes to more than half of the deaths of children. How to imagine that our ground (world) with food for all? We must transmit this value, it is a history of humanityHow can we manage the earth that it produces enough food for all? We must publicise this message; it is a question about the future of humanity
Access to education
115 million children who, according to the estimates
are not schoolingsdo not have access to schools.
Children have the right to an education. to become citizens able to defend themselves
one estimates at 50,000 the number of maltreated children. there are an estimated 50,000 maltreated children.
thea family member is the principal person in chargemost likely to be responsible for the acts of ill-treatment of a child. Indeed, 51% of theacts of ill-treatment are made by parents
It has direct effects on the children but long-term effects too
According to UNICEF, 350 million children are affected in the world;
with in particular the worst shapes of child work
United Nations (UNO) currently estimates at 300,000 the number of children soldiers. They are mainly used DURING civil wars, or by paramilitary criminal groups in Colombia or revolutionary movements of guerillas (FARC)
Child prostitution, 150 million in the world, mainly in India Thailand Brazil.
This 2These two things create large anddeep and lasting psychological damage on children