Children’s rights are a group of rights that are automatically given to you when you are born. These rights help protect you until the age of eighteen, that’s is the age where some of the children’s rights are taken away from you and replaced with some of the rights from the convention of human rights. Children’s rights have four specific categories, the four categories are: Protection, Survival, Development and Participation. The people or should I say group who still govern these rights are called the UNCRC or United Nations Convention of the rights of children. In my school, every time we start a brand new unit, we are all given a central idea, this units central idea is: Actions can support or deny access to children’s rights and opportunities. I personally think that this central idea means that actions people take can grant access or deny access to children’s rights and chances. I strongly believe that this central idea is true, so I agree that some people’s
(the carpet mafia, UNICEF) actions can grant and deny access to children’s rights.  Evidence that UNICEF support childrens rights is that they are all over the world trying to build awareness of this subject and use the kindly given donations to build schools or supply poorer countries like Pakistan, Zimbabwe, e.t.c. Evidence that some of these rights are being ignored is that on one donation letter my parents received, I saw a little boy which was so skinny, you could see his ribs. On the letter, it said that he was being attacked by some sort of parasite. This is one example of the government ignoring all the rights under the category Survival. In this unit, the thing I enjoy the most is that I feel I am really making a difference by making the public service announcement and telling them to younger students that probably don’t understand this subject too well! I want to find more about the brick kilns in Pakistan and how are they different to the carpet factorys in Pakistan.

Did you know that there are only two countries left that have not signed up to these rights. Those countries are the US and Somalia. I hope that after you read this, you will help me and try to raise awareness to this rising matter.