The conversation lead to Comic Book on Child Rights
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Real Story from a school 15/09/2019 Yesterday I asked a child do you know what are your rights? He replied, what di? I translate it in Hindi and asked do you know your अधिकार? He again replied I don't know what अधिकार is. Followed by silence... Immense fundamental rights are provided to children in both national and international documents. I wonder... Are they really just on paper? Is the beneficiary of the rights even aware of them? Do children even know they have rights or remedies to fight for their rights? Do you think children should be made aware of their human rights in school? 17/09/2019 A lot has changed in one year. From observing missing puzzle at the grass-root level to providing innovate solution. Our Voix comic book on…
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Our Voix Champion Rasing Their Voix On CHILD RIGHTS
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Bubble wrapping children is not a solution. The youth of Delhi has started teaching children about their rights. Children are now learning about their rights which are available both at the national and international level. 100+ children were made aware of their rights under the United Nation Convention on the Rights of the Child at an event at Adobe. Adults and children together designed campaigns on spreading awareness about child rights through drama, activities, music, art, etc. A fun-filled session where adults and children came together to initiate a conversation on right available to children at the national and international level. Children were taught about various topics ranging from bullying to right to religion. Empowering them to raise their voice against violence rather than remain silent.  We believe when youth…
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A comic book for Children’s Safety
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By Society Mutter (www.societymutter.com) The need to educate children on their rights and safety is pressing in the current state of the country. To cater to this, Our Voix, a youth-led organisation launched a comic book on 10th August 2019, titled Know Your Rights. The book involves the protagonists, Super Buddies, coming to the rescue of children when their rights were violated.  The book was written in a comic book form in order to pique the interest of young minds and to bridge the communication gap between children and their parents on these tense topics. The superheroes of the book educate the children in order to equip them with the necessary acts that protect them. This includes acts on child abuse, child labor and on the Indian Constitution. Most importantly,…
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