Children talk about their rights

“I have the right not to be used as a child laborer because I am not supposed to be given heavy workloads that are beyond my age.” Gislaine Mutatsineza, 11, St Ignace Primary School. P.5. “I have the right to live, to be taken to school and to express myself.” Teta Toyota, 9, Green Hills Academy, P.5.
R-L:Gislaine Mutatsineza;Teta Toyota;Winnie Sheilah
R-L:Gislaine Mutatsineza;Teta Toyota;Winnie Sheilah

“I have the right not to be used as a child laborer because I am not supposed to be given heavy workloads that are beyond my age.”

Gislaine Mutatsineza, 11, St Ignace Primary School. P.5.


“I have the right to live, to be taken to school and to express myself.”

Teta Toyota, 9, Green Hills Academy, P.5.


“I have the right to be taken to school, to the hospital, to have a name, to live and to be loved.”

Winnie Sheilah, 8, Kigali Junior Academy, P.8.

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