Huge thanks to Trishna, the winner of our logo design competition, who is responsible for the fantastic logo that will brand this campaign and allow organisations to show their support for children's rights.
The Right Year for Children (RY4C) is a year of action to strengthen children's rights in England. It started on 16 December 2011, the 20th anniversary of the UK ratifying the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Young People Explore Children’s Rights Through Photography An exhibition to mark the Right Year for Children (www.ry4c.org.uk) – a year of events and campaigns to mark 20 years since Britain’s adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged Action for Children, art, article 12, autistic, cameras, children, children's rights, disability, disabled, education, exhibition, law, participation, participatory photography, photography, photos, photovoice, politics, RCA, report, rights, school, schools, UN convention, UNCRC, young carers, young people | Leave a comment
Organisations that support the full implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in England, can become a partner or supporter of The Right Year for Children.