World Day Against Child Labour
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Schools and other educational institutions make a special effort to inform children of their rights according to the Declaration of the Rights of the Child and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Teachers and students worldwide are speaking out against child labour in the classroom and taking action to raise further awareness of this issue out school.
They are spreading knowledge among their peers, acting as a voice for those children whose rights are not respected and calling on decision-makers to act urgently to protect children in danger.
Teachers have a crucial role on the alert of poverty or child labour, modern slavery cases among their students.
Numerous resources can be included into school curricula to inform, inspire and motivate students of all ages, from primary school through university, on the subject of child labour, modern slavery and human trafficking.
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- Display photos, news, videos on the theme in the classroom and invite the students to express their feelings about;
- Explain younger students the symbolic of special days like this one.
- Ask students to make a search on child labour in their own country, comparing with other countries, using tablets or smartphones;
- Choose a wall in the classroom or another space in the school - school library is a good place - where students in a cross-curricular can display their depictions of child labour, modern slavery and human trafficking: works of art, photos, storytelling;
- Organize an exhibition of photos or drawings on child labour, modern slavery in the classroom, school library, other spaces at school;
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