Thirty years ago, world leaders made a historic commitment to children around the world by adopting the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Each child, regardless of skin color, religion or origin, has been granted the same rights – children’s rights. The child should know their rights, understand them and consciously use them. The state should treat the child subjectively and strictly observe its rights.
The Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted in 1989 by the General Assembly of the United Nations, and ratified by Poland in 1991.
Since its creation, the document has helped change the lives of children around the world. Unfortunately, still not every child can fully enjoy childhood. Too many children are still deprived of the right to a healthy and safe life. State leaders, business representatives and the international community should fulfill their commitments and take further action to implement children’s rights. They must ensure that every child abides by every law.
These important issues will be recalled during the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which will take place this Wednesday, November 20. In Wroclaw, non-governmental organizations and municipal institutions have planned for this day many accompanying events: conference, quizzes, games and activities, culinary workshops and presentation of educational materials.
We, however, invite you on free legal assistance in legalizing your child’s residence. Our lawyer Patryk Gutierrez will advice in room 219 from 10:00 to 16:00 at the headquarters of the Wrocław Center for Social Development.
In the years 2018-2019 Patryk Gutierrez was a voivodeship inspector for foreigners. Has experience in legalizing the stay of children in Poland, even when they are staying illegally.
Those who are interested please contact us in advance: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 71 77 24 950
Graphic materials: Go’N’Act Foundation
Source (description): UNICEF
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