Child rights

Child rights

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  • “You have the right to special care and help if you cannot live with your parents. If you live in foster care or in other situations away from home, you have the right to have these living arrangements looked at regularly to see if they are the most appropriate.”
  • Right not being upheld
  • Hello, I'm Ayla. Welcome to my house. It isn't really mine. It is my foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart's home. I hate it here. The Stewarts only took me in for the money and they hate me.
  • Here is dinner. Can I do my homework now? I didn't have time because I was preparing dinner.
  • No. You should have done it before. Now go to bed! There is some bread in the kitcn if you're hungry.
  • The next day...
  • You got an B! No wonder your parents put you up for aoption! You are the most stupid foster kid we have ever taken in
  • You're lucky that we're not allowed to hit you, you entitled brat! Now go to your room. I don't want to see you face until morning! Better yet, ever!
  • B
  • Becuase of her right to live in a safe home, Ayla was taken out of the care of the Stewarts. She was taken in by Mr. and Mrs. Booth, who care about Ayla and respects her and her rights!
  • Right being upheld
  • Shhh. You're just having a bad dream. You're safe. 
  • The next day...
  • How was school today Ayla?
  • It was pretty good! But I have test tomorrow, and I'm worried that I won't do well.
  • We can help you study after dinner.
  • How was the test?
  • I only got 92%. Please don't be mad
  • A
  • Why would we be mad? That is a great mark. We love you, no matter what mark you get
  • Two months later, Ayla was adopted, and is now living with her new mom and dad. because of her right.
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