The U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child is one of the most important legal documents in human rights history.
It’s written in 1948, when the Convention was created, and it outlines how nations are to respect children’s rights to education, health, housing, employment and other basic human rights.
It says that children “shall have the right to education free from coercion, including by means of a system of compulsory education.”
That right includes access to education for children of all ages.
It also states that children should not be excluded from “access to education” for “health reasons, for example, if the child is ill or disabled.”
The UN Convention on Education, Health and Development was first adopted in 1948.
adopted it in 1966, but that doesn’t mean that the U was a member.
The treaty says that it applies to all nations, not just the U, and only if the country “has a national policy of guaranteeing the free, prior, informed and informed consent of children to education.”
This means that all nations are allowed to adopt policies that make it clear to children that they should not have to go to school.
Some countries have made this explicit, including countries like China, South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines.
So, in a way, it’s a lot like the UN Convention against Torture, which states that a child should have access to “the full range of rights and responsibilities” and that it should not “be deprived of those rights or responsibilities without due process of law.”
This is the UN’s main mechanism to prevent torture, which is a major crime.
It was signed into law by President Jimmy Carter in 1976.
It covers everything from torture to forced labor and is widely seen as a key mechanism for ending the brutal reign of Mao Zedong.
But it is often misconstrued by those who think that this is the kind of thing that’s meant to protect children.
It actually gives the U and other nations the right “to protect and defend children against all forms of abuse and exploitation, including rape, slavery, forced sterilization, murder, torture, forced recruitment, recruitment of children and forced marriage.”
It also covers child sexual abuse and slavery.
But this is where things get tricky.
It doesn’t say that countries must make it explicit that they don’t want children to go into schools, or that they can’t force people to go there.
It only says that they “shall ensure that the full range” of rights of children “are protected and respected.”
What does that mean?
It means that the UN doesn’t really have any obligation to make it very clear what rights a child has.
In practice, it means that a country may make it more explicit that it doesn’t want kids going into schools.
But what does this mean?
The U is legally obligated to protect the rights of all children, even if the rights aren’t explicitly mentioned.
So what happens when a child goes to school?
This is a tricky issue.
Some children will get a chance to go, and some will not.
But in general, if you have a child who is going to school, you should give them a chance.
The right to schooling is the right that is guaranteed by international law, but it’s not the right of every child.
Some parents, including some religious organizations, are fighting to keep children from going to schools.
They argue that it’s wrong for children to be forced to go.
Some religious groups argue that the schools are dangerous places.
This is also a tricky situation because many parents believe that there are bad schools and parents who want their kids to go should go to them.
This can lead to tension between schools and some parents.
Some people who believe in the sanctity of education, such as the UN Children’s Fund, have a strong argument against forcing children to attend schools that aren’t safe.
The UN is working on a series of recommendations to address this.
So if a child is going in school and you have some concern about what’s going on at the school, the UN may say, “Well, if it’s safe, we’ll just let you go.”
Some countries may not want to hear that.
Some nations may say that this would be an attack on their culture and tradition, which makes it difficult for them to be a voice for children.
The United States, for instance, says that we will respect children “in the best interest of their welfare” if they have the opportunity to go in the school.
That means that we’re not going to stop schools from teaching children about sex and nudity, or from making jokes about sex or masturbation.
So we’re still obligated to make sure that there’s a safe school.
It may not be clear to the parents, but in some ways, this is a much stronger obligation than a country is saying, “You have to have a safe place for your child.”