You have the right to have the best care for you if you are adopted or fostered or living in care.
You have the right to special protection and help if you are a refugee. A refugee is someone who has had to leave their country because it is not safe for them to live there.
If you are disabled, either mentally or physically, you have the right to special care and education to help you develop and lead a full life.
You have a right to the best health possible and to medical care and to information that will help you to stay well.
You have the right to have your living arrangements checked regularly if you have to be looked after away from home.
You have the right to help from the government if you are poor or in need.Article 27
You have the right to a good enough standard of living. This means you should have food, clothes and a place to live.Article 28
You have the right to education.Article 29
You have the right to education which tries to develop your personality and abilities as much as possible and encourages you to respect other people’s rights and values and to respect the environment.Article 30
If you come from a minority group, because of your race, religion or language, you have the right to enjoy your own culture, practice your own religion, and use your own language.
You have the right to play and relax by doing things like sports, music and drama.Article 32
You have the right to protection from work that is bad for your health or education.Article 33
You have the right to be protected from dangerous drugs.Article 34
You have the right to be protected from sexual abuse.Article 35
No one is allowed to kidnap you or sell you.
You have the right to protection from of any other kind of exploitation.Article 37
You have the right not to be punished in a cruel or hurtful way.Article 38
You have a right to protection in times of war. If you are under 15, you should never have to be in an army or take part in a battle.Article 39
You have the right to help if you have been hurt, neglected, or badly treated.Article 40
You have the right to help in defending yourself if you are accused of breaking the law.Article 41
You have the right to any rights in laws in your country or internationally that give you better rights than these.Article 42
All adults and children should know about this convention. You have a right to learn about your rights and adults should learn about them too.