Children’s Rights

In 1989, the Convention on the Rights of the Child came into effect to provide children – in both rich and poor countries – the right to a childhood in which they can learn, play,4-foto be healthy, and develop. However, 15 years after the adoption of the Convention; and after more than 15 years of market-led economic growth governments and the international community are still far from fulfilling children’s rights and creating a world fit for children.  

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A joint publication of Equity for Children’s Executive Director Alberto Minujin and UNICEF that monitors progress toward Sustainable Development Goals, offering a crucial data tool that goes beyond income measures, capturing a comprehensive view of child well-being through topics like immunization, nutrition, and education.

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