Working with children, teachers and parents UNICEF UK’s Education Team have developed a new resource for primary school children to learn about the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

We asked children to help us design the Pocket Book of Children's Rights and they chose an illustrator to help bring children’s rights to life. Children also helped us make sure that the language we used was as child-friendly and accessible as possible.

The Pocket Book enables children to fully understand their rights and the rights of other children. It is a practical tool to engage children with the Convention and to encourage them to take an active interest in issues that affect them and children around the world.

Preview or buy the Pocket Book of Children’s Rights

What children said:

It's very easy to read and understand about rights!

It was fun to read and look at the pictures.

What teachers said:

It was very child-friendly and easy for pupils to read.

What parents said:

It was easy to read with my son, I could relate to it also!

It was full of useful information on rights, something I would encourage even adults to read about.

Pocket Book of Children's Rights Cover © UNICEF UK Education
Pocket Book of Children's Rights cover© UNICEF UK Education

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