Kids

The Interpretation Department of The National Center for Civil and Human Rights facilitates unique experiences with the intention to empower all ages.

Kids Have Their Own Proclamation of Rights!

Young people cannot vote and often do not have a voice in the decisions that affect their lives.  The Convention on the Rights of the Child, created in 1989 and effective in 1990, outlines the goals every nation should strive to achieve for its young people. Here are some of the rights delineated in the Convention:

Click here to read the full document.

 

FAMILY GUIDE

The Center developed Across Generations, a family guide for you to use on your visit to the Center for Civil and Human Rights. The guide includes information, puzzles and other activities.

Download the "How to Guide" for information on how to effectively use the Across Generations family guide.

How to Use

Download the Across Generations family guide.

Across Generations

TALK ABOUT IT!

Following your visit to the Center for Civil and Human Rights, take some time to reflect with your family and friends about what you experienced. What questions did your visit raise for you?

Here are some discussion questions to get you started: