Features words ranging from basic elements of a child’s life to concepts likely to be met with puzzlement. It reflects respect for the Earth and all its creatures; for its variety of cultures, histories, and peoples; for principles of justice and freedom; for wonder in the sky above and the soil below. Four page “Parents and Teachers Guide” included with each poster.
Changing the World Through Children Poster
Artist: Jane Evershed
From a South African children’s rights organization. Thanks to www.rethinkingschools.org.
SCW customer, Bill Rathborne, sent us this quote (from anthropologist & ethnobotanist Wade Davis) with the poster suggestion and the expressed hope to see it “on every classroom wall!” We couldn’t agree more.
Also available in blank notecards
Photographs (upper left, clockwise): Photographers Catherine Allport, Debbie Cooper, artist Martha Perske, Val Shaff, Peter Greste, Earl Dotter, Mia Grondahl, and Earl Dotter. Needlework: Rae Kramer.
From babies to antiwar protests celebrate love in all its powerful expressions.
This important document, written in accessible language,is the companion piece to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Convention was unanimously adopted by the UN General Assembly on November 20, 1989 and has been ratified by every country in the world except two – the USA and Somalia.