Article 2: all children are the same, child’s affair

The wording from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

The Contracting States respect the rights laid down in this Convention and guarantee them to any child under their sovereignty without any discrimination regardless of race, skin color, gender, language, religion, political or other opinion, national, ethnic or social origin , property, a disability, the birth or other status of the child, its parents or guardian.

States parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that the child is protected from all forms of discrimination or punishment based on the status, activities, opinions or beliefs of his parents, guardian or family members.

What Leo and Lupe say about it.

Leo and Lupe persuaded Lupe’s mother to discuss all children’s rights together. After all, the two want to know exactly what rights they actually have. Curious; excited waiting until Lupe’s mother comes home from work and read the second article together.

"The first part of the regulation is about ensuring that the rights apply without restriction to all children! All children are the same and must be protected! No matter whether boy or girl, no matter what skin color or what belief they have, ”Ms. Roth tells them.

"So Lupe is not allowed to do more than me just because he’s a boy?" Leo asks. "Exactly!", Mrs. Roth agrees. "All children have the same rights! It doesn’t matter either, how much They have money or what language they speak, ”she continues.

"And doesn’t it matter which country you come from?" Lupe wants to know. After all, his best friend Tayfun was born in Turkey before he came to Germany with his parents. "That is also not important! Tayfun has the same rights here as you, ”replies him his mother.

"In addition, the members of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child not only protect healthy children, but also sick children," continues his mother. “There are many children who do not walk, see, speak, hear or know as well as you do. It is therefore very important that these children are protected. "

"The second part of the article provides protection for all children, regardless of what their parents do, what they do, how much they earn, or what they say," added Ms. Roth.

"I think that’s good!" Says Lupe. "Because children can not help if their parents do or say something wrong" Leo Lupe is absolutely right. "I agree! And just because my mom doesn’t earn that much, I can still do as much as you do, ”she says with conviction.


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