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  •   Home > News > Education

    High hopes for a new programme that aims to teach Kiwi kids about their rights under the UN Convention

    High hopes for a new programme that aims to teach Kiwi kids about their rights under the UN Convention


    Save the Children's developed the free online intiative for schools, to help children learn about their rights to healthcare, housing and education.

    It includes a range of cross-curricular resources for teachers, children and the wider whanau and school community.

    Advocacy and Research Director Jacqui Southey says it'll help Kiwi kids to understand the UN Convention from a New Zealand perspective.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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