“Children’s rights” are not just a series of articles set out in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. They are living rights that are interpreted and understood differently, depending on how developed a child aged 0-18 is.
Big or small, alone or with friends or family, have fun discovering children’s rights throughout the city of Geneva, the birthplace of children’s rights.
“Discovering Children’s Rights” is a life-size adventure that will take you out onto the streets of Geneva on 20 November 2019, the day of the 30th anniversary of United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
You will roam the streets of Geneva until you reach your final destination: Place des Nations, opposite the Palais des Nations, where the official event marking the 30th anniversary of United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child will be held.
Various fun “experiences” giving an understanding of children’s rights will punctuate this adventure, open to anyone aged four and over. It will be an educational, interactive and memorable stroll.
Children, families and anyone interested in finding out more about children’s rights are invited to throw themselves into going in search of them with this original adventure.
“Discovering Children’s Rights” is offered and developed by the Association “30 Years of Children’s Rights”, in partnership with Gus&Co, an association of “imagination-piquers” specialised in life-size events aimed at a young audience.