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Kids visit NSE, share ideas on how biz can help protect child rights

DNMUM400830 | 11/15/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :327

?A group of children shared their ideas on how businesses can ensure protection and promotion of children’s rights at ?the ?National Stock Exchange on ?Children’s Day.? Children from NGOs such as Nine is Mine and Ashramshalas raised their voice for protecting the rights of the world’s most vulnerable children?, and later also rang the bell at NSE?.
The children also presented interpretations of Child Rights and Sustainable Development Goals and what they mean for children. According to the kids, ‘all rights are children rights’. While Right To Education is an important right, they feel Right To Information and Freedom of Expression too are important for them.
Henriette Ahrens, Deputy Representative - Programmes, UNICEF India said,
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