Read up on rights

22nd April 2005 at 01:00
The Little Book of Children's Rights Responsibilities easily fits into a small pocket. However, the contents are huge in their implication, as they explain the 42 articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in simple English. There are lots of cheerful cartoons in which children remind adults of what they need, or Big Ben - as the personification of benevolent government - carries out protective tasks. An additional section points to various areas in which rights also bring responsibilities, adding lively discussion to essential information. To order the book, quote code 32014 when calling the help desk.

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