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Child Rights Calendar Celebrates the New Year


Monday, 7th January 2013 at 11:59 am
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To celebrate the new year and help engage children in learning about their rights and responsibilities, United Nations’ child rights organisation UNICEF Australia has produced a 2013 downloadable calendar.


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Child Rights Calendar Celebrates the New Year
Monday, 7th January 2013 at 11:59 am

To celebrate the new year and help engage children in learning about their rights and responsibilities, United Nations’ child rights organisation UNICEF Australia has produced a 2013 downloadable calendar.

The free Child Rights Calendar includes key dates such as International Women’s Day, National Volunteer Week and World Humanitarian Day.

UNICEF Australia says that the calendar is ideal for the classroom or home but could also assist youth group leaders and humanitarian or child focussed workplaces across the country.

The calendar also features the artwork of UNICEF’s youth engagement officer Mia Cox who has illustrated children who represent the United Nations’ 12 child rights.

The Child Rights Calendar can be downloaded free here.



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