Charter of Children's Rights to Art and Culture

The idea of "children as citizens" is the foundation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, and of the European Charter of Children's Rights, which states the we remain "children" until we turn 18.

Citizens who, since the beginning of their lives, have the right to experience and enjoy the physical and mental spaces that art and culture can offer, sharing with adults a condition of closeness and belonging.

A sense of belonging to a land, a people, a town opening up to the world.

The Eighteen principles
The Eighteen principles
Eighteen principles to affirm in 27 languages ​​the right of girls and boys from all over the world to art and culture.
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The Charter in 27 languages
The Charter in 27 languages
The Charter of Children's Rights to Art and Culture has been translated from English into 26 languages ​​, thanks to a valuable network of friends and associates.
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The Charter in 27 illustrations
The Charter in 27 illustrations
Eighteen drawings to show the points, and four drawings to explain the philosophy behind the Charter.
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The Book
The Book
Charter of Children's Rights to Art and Culture is published by Pendragon and can be purchased online.
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The Exhibition
The Exhibition
The Charter of Children's Rights to Art and Culture has become an exhibition, including the drawings and 18 rights translated into the 5 most European speaking languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish).
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