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Using the Media Room

All media for the Child Rights Public Awareness Campaign is available for re-print and wide distribution, with proper recognition of the source.

Please tell us how you have made use of our materials. Check back regularly, more media, posters, and films are slated to be added in the coming weeks. 

 

Focusing on the Early Years: Child rights poster


Make children’s rights a part of your visual landscape. Hang bold rights posters in your classroom and workspaces.

Order 10 posters or less and we can ship them to you for free. If you need more copies, contact us about poster pricing and shipping.

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Your Child's Rights: Parents' Frequently Asked Questions


Why should I teach my child about their rights? Don't children's rights take away my authority as a parent? Don't children backtalk adults when they learn about their rights?

These are questions we hear all the time from parents. They are totally legitimate questions and deserve thoughtful responses. We teamed up with Drs. Katherine Covell and Brian Howe who are both Child Rights experts AND parents to help answer some of these questions.

This resource is available as an 8.5 x 11 page that can be printed single sided and available as a legal sized brochure that needs to be printed double sided and then folded. 

> 8.5 x 11 single sided 

> Legal Sized Brochure

Poster: Every day is child rights day

Click on poster images to download. This poster is formatted to be printed on 11 x 17 paper but also can be scaled to print on 8.5 x 14 (legal paper). 

 

Poster: 4 guiding principles for child and youth rights

Click on poster images to download. This poster is formatted to be printed on 11 x 17 paper but also can be scaled to print on 8.5 x 14 (legal paper). 

 

4 guiding principles for child and youth rights

Focusing on the Middle Years: Child rights poster


With great rights come great responsibilities! This poster shows children and adults how to balance the rights of children with their responsibilities. Make children’s rights a part of your visual landscape. Hang bold rights posters in your classroom and workspaces.

Order 10 posters or less and we can ship them to you for free. If you need more copies, contact us about poster pricing and shipping.

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Activity: Child Rights Fortune Teller


Teach the kids in your life about their rights and also get to know them a little better. This activity is designed to be done interactively with a friend or adult.

In partnership with Equitas, we've connected rights concepts with getting to know you questions. For example, the right to make friends and be part of groups is connected to the question inside the fortune teller: "Tell me about at time you included someone who was left out?"

When printed double sided the logos appear where your fingers go!

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Poster: Cultivate the potential in every child and youth

Click on poster images to download. This poster is formatted to be printed on 11 x 17 paper but also can be scaled to print on 8.5 x 14 (legal paper). 

Cultivate the potential in every child

Launch Notice

Read our Press Release the official launch email to the Child Rights Network.

 

Large Format Simplified Version of the UNCRC


Promote awareness of the UNCRC loud and proud! This simplified large format (22"x36") version of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child features BC/Canadian imagery.

Contact us about poster pricing and shipping.

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BC Transit Ad

Click on ad to download full-size ad

every child has rights transit ad

Potential: PSA for TV and theatres

 
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“A child rights awareness campaign is an important way to change the UN convention  from being  ‘just’ a ratified piece of paper, to changing how people think. This campaign will encourage us all to examine how we can make BC children’s lives better, in our homes and communities.”
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, BC’s Representative for Children and Youth.

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