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`Rights of a child

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`Rights of a child

  1. 1. Rights that ensure that a child is given all opportunities to develop his/her potential and evolve into a well-rounded individual Right to access to information and material from diverse sources and media (Art. 17)
  2. 2. Right to education which aims at developing the child’s personality, talents, and mental and physical abilities to the fullest extent (Art. 28 and 29) Right of children of minority communities and indigenous populations to enjoy their own culture and practice their own religion and language. Right to recreation and cultural activities (Art. 31)
  3. 3. Rights that are necessary for the existence of the child Right to life, survival, and development (Art. 6) Right to parental guidance consistent with the child’s evolving capacities (Art. 5) Right to live with his parents and not to be separated from them unless this is necessary for the best interest of the child (Art. 9)
  4. 4. Right to enter or leave a state party for the purpose of family reunification and to maintain relations (Art. 10) Right to highest standard of health and medical care attainable (Art. 24) Right to benefit from social security including social insurance (Art. 26) Right to adequate standard of living (Art. 27)
  5. 5. Rights that guarantee that a child is safe from any dangerous influence or situations that may be prejudicial to the child Right to a name and a nationality, and to know his/her parents and be cared for by them (Art.7) Right to protection from all forms of maltreatment, abuse, and neglect (Art. 19)
  6. 6. Right to protection of refugee children (Art. 22) Right to protection against all forms of exploitation (Art. 36) Right not to subjected to torture, cruel treatment or punishment and deprivation of liberty (Art. 37) Right of children in conflict with the law to treatment which promotes his/her dignity and worth (Art. 40)
  7. 7. Rights that guarantee that a child is heard and given a voice in any decision making process that affect him/her. Right to and for it to be taken into account in any proceeding affecting him/her (Art. 12) express his/her opinion freely
  8. 8. Right to freedom of expression, receive, and impart information (Art. 13) Right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion (Art. 14) Right to freedom of association and of peaceful assembly (Art. 15) Right to protection if privacy, family, home, or correspondence (Art. 16)
  9. 9. It is my right to be born, to have a name and nationality. Karapatan ko na maisilang at magkaroon ng pangalan at nasyonalidad.
  10. 10. It is my responsibility to love my country and be a good citizen. Pananagutan ko ang mahalin ang aking bayan at maging mabuting mamamayan.
  11. 11. To have a family who will love and care for me. Magkaroon ng tirahan at pamilyang mag-aaruga sa akin.
  12. 12. To love my family and respect my parents. Mahalin ang aking pamilya at igalang ang aking mga magulang.
  13. 13. To have adequate food and a healthy and active body. Magkaroon ng sapat na pagkain, malusog at aktibong katawan.
  14. 14. To eat clean and nutritious food. To keep my home and its surroundings clean. To have a clean and active body. Kumain ng malinis at masustansyang pagkain. Panatilihing malinis ang aking tahanan at kapaligiran. Gawing malinis at malakas ang aking katawan.
  15. 15. To be given opportunities for play and leisure. Mabigyan ng pagkakataon na makapaglaro at makapaglibang.
  16. 16. To take care of my toys and keep them orderly. Ingatan at itago nang maayos ang aking laruan.
  17. 17. To obtain a good education and develop my potential. Mabigyan ng sapat na edukasyon at mapaunlad ang aking kakayahan.
  18. 18. To study well. To come to class on time and do my assignments. Mag-aral nang mabuti. Pumasok sa tamang oras at gumawa ng mga takdang- aralin.
  19. 19. To be protected against abuse, exploitation, neglect, violence and danger. Mabigyan ng proteksyon laban sa pang-aabuso, panganib at karahasan.
  20. 20. To be a law abiding citizen. Maging mamamayang masunurin sa batas.
  21. 21. To live in a peaceful community and a wholesome environment. Manirahan sa isang payapa at tahimik na pamayanan.
  22. 22. To participate in the development and maintain peace and order in my community. Makilahok sa pagpapaunlad at pagpapanatili ng kapayapaan at kaayusan sa aking komunidad.
  23. 23. To be defended and given assistance by the government. Maipagtanggol at matulungan ng pamahalaan.
  24. 24. To obey rules and regulations. Sumunod sa mga alituntunin at patakaran.
  25. 25. To be able to express my own views. Makapagpahayag ng sariling pananaw.
  26. 26. To speak and act responsibly. Maging responsable sa aking mga salita at gawa.
  27. 27. To have freedom to join associations and peaceful assemblies. Makilahok sa mga samahan at mapayapang pagtitipon.
  28. 28. To make use of my potential to the fullest Gamitin nang lubos ang aking talino at galing sa mabuting paraan.
  29. 29. To develop my potentials. Mapaunlad ang aking kakayahan.
  30. 30. To make use of my potential to the fullest. Gamitin ng lubos ang aking talino at galing sa mabuting paraan.
  31. 31. To learn good manners and right conduct. Matutunan ang mabubuting asal at kaugalian.
  32. 32. To be honest and respectful to others. Maging matapat at magalang.
  33. 33. To be provided with good and wholesome educational materials. Pagkalooban ng mahuhusay at di malalaswang babasahin.
  34. 34. To study well. To do my assignments. Mag-aral ng mabuti. Gumawa ng mga takdang- aralin.
  35. 35. To be given care, support, education and guidance. Kupkupin, kalingain, papag-aralin at subaybayan ang aking paglaki.
  36. 36. Learn the value of hardwork, thrift and self-reliance. Matutunan ang kahalagahan ng pagkamasipag, pagkamatipid at sariling pagsisikap.
  37. 37. Rights and Duties of Parents to their Children
  38. 38. Chapter 3 Effect of Parental Authority Upon Persons of the Children Article 220 The parents and those exercising parental authority shall have with the respect to their unemancipated children or wards the following rights and duties:
  39. 39. (1) To keep them in their company, to support, educate and instruct them by right precept and good example, and to provide for their upbringing in keeping with their means;
  40. 40. (2)To give them love and affection, advice and counsel, companionship and understanding;
  41. 41. (3) To provide them with moral and spiritual guidance, inculcate in them honesty, integrity, self- discipline, self-reliance, industry and thrift, stimulate their interest in civic affairs, and inspire in them compliance with the duties of citizenship;
  42. 42. (4) To furnish them with good and wholesome educational materials, supervise their activities, recreation and association with others, protect them from bad company, and prevent them from acquiring habits detrimental to their health, studies and morals;
  43. 43. (5) To represent them in all matters affecting their interests;
  44. 44. (6) To demand from them respect and obedience;
  45. 45. (7) To impose discipline on them as may be required under the circumstances; and
  46. 46. (8) To perform such other duties as are imposed by law upon parents and guardians. (316a)
  47. 47. Article 221. Parents and other persons exercising parental authority shall be civilly liable for the injuries and damages caused by the acts or omissions of their unemancipated children living in their company and under their parental authority subject to the appropriate defenses provided by law. [2180(2)a and (4)a ]
  48. 48. Reference: Executive Order No. 209 The Family Code of the Philippines
  49. 49. Home is the first school, the first church for young ones where they learn what is right and what is good and what is kind where they go for comfort when hurt or sick where joy is shared and sorrows eased. Where fathers and mothers are respected and loved where children are wanted where money is not so important as loving kindness where even tea kettle sings from happiness that is home. GOD BLESS OUR HOMES

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