245. Human Rights #1

by Milton Jacob January. 09, 2011 2263 views

D - Etiopia

G - Italy

A - India

In whatever country or in whatever race or with whatever colour, every child has the right to be born and grown with equal rights.

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Monika 9 years, 11 months ago

I`m looking for the day when this statement will be true in practice too...

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Masoud Ahmadpoor 10 years ago

Gorgeous girls!

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Brenda Nelson 10 years ago

So well stated - so well shown! A very pensive and thought-provoking post, Milton. This is part of the reason that Larry and I sponsor children in Guatemala, Thailand, Zimbabwe, and Kenya through World Vision - we pray it's making a difference in their lives and their countries.

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Sara G 10 years ago

So true! Lovely smiles in each portrait..good post :-)

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Marsha 10 years ago

Absolutely right, Milton! Thanks for posting those words and these beautiful portraits!

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Oscar 10 years ago

You are so right Milton...EXCELLENT portraits!! :)

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Pandka 10 years ago

Beautiful portraits!

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Sadhya Rippon 10 years ago

A great post Milton, with special thanks to Kate for her comment.

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Manav 10 years ago

great potraits..!

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Jumiella 10 years ago

You are right, I agree with you. Beautiful portraits! Children willingly are posing for you. They very much like you!: -)))

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Paula 10 years ago

very thoughtful! beautiful portraits!

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Mimmo Mallamo 10 years ago

Wonderful portraits Milton!

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Kate 10 years ago

Every day in my work I remember all these rights:

the right to life, survival and development

the right to have their views respected, and to have their best interests considered at all times

the right to a name and nationality, freedom of expression, and access to information concerning them

the right to live in a family environment or alternative care, and to have contact with both parents wherever possible

health and welfare rights, including rights for disabled children,

the right to health and health care, and social security

the right to education, leisure, culture and the arts

special protection for refugee children, children in the juvenile justice system, children deprived of their liberty and children suffering economic, sexual or other forms of exploitation

Thank you for a special post that gives a visual reminder of these rights

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Claire 10 years ago

so lovely portrait !

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