Rights of the Child is law

Students Voice as an organization is growing in the Americas and Europe.

Students Voice as an organization is growing in the Americas and Europe. The more it gets organized the better the world will be. In a Saskatchewan school board, Students Voice have succeeded in getting the following resolution passed regarding the 1924 Convention of the Rights of the Child.

“BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of the Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division honour the declaration of the United Nations and also the 1924 Declaration signed by Canada and 159 countries declaring November 20th as Child Rights Day.”

Nov. 20, 1989, the Declaration of the Rights of the Child was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations. Ratification in Canada 1991, Dec. 13, in force in Canada Jan. 12, 1992.

It is the law.


John McDonald


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