Blog Journals for BA Early Childhood Studies Assignment

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BLOG JOURNALS FOR BAEARLY CHILDHOODSTUDIES
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1SECOND BLOG.............................................................................................................................1How UNCRN is embedded in the curriculum framework of both locally and globally.............1THIRD BLOG –..............................................................................................................................3Role of practitioner in supporting care, education, health and welfare of children.....................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................5REFERENCES................................................................................................................................6
INTRODUCTIONThe year before a child begins school is critical setting the stage for future learning. Earlychildhood educators have in one of the most rewarding and difficultly jobs. They are in charge ofpreparing young minds for the challenges and opportunities discovered as they embark on theireducational careers. United nationals Convention on the Child (UNCRC) is legally bindinginternational agreement setting out the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights ofevery child, regardless of their religion, race and abilities (Ruck and et.al., 2016).This present report will develop an understanding of rights of children's globally. It willexplore the UN Convention of the rights of the child as well as examine the children rights intoday's complex world.SECOND BLOGHow UNCRN is embedded in the curriculum framework of both locally and globally.The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is an international agreed thatprotects the human rights of children below the age of 18. The rights of humans are guaranteedwhich defend individual and groups from actions that affects their freedom as well as dignity ofhuman (Coyle and et.al., 2016). On 16thDecember 1991, the Northern Ireland and UnitedKingdom of Great Britain has formally agreed to make sure that every child in United Kingdomas all the rights embedded in the UNCRN. There are totally 45 articles in which 1 to 42 articlesare about how to treat the children and articles 43 to 45 is about how government and adultscitizen should world together in order to make sure that all children's are aware of their rights.Earlier the life of children was not so good. There were no special mechanisms or systemto protect the children in UK as well as all across the world. In past time, parents have power ofchild life and death. But, in 20thcentury, children have becomes subjects of rights as thing werereformed across the world as well as in UK where UNCRC has greater contribution in theprotection of children.Article 1: Everyone under 18 years of age has all the rights in this Convention:According to this article, it is very important that children should be aware of their allrights where conversion explains that government and adults have extra obligation to make surethat children are able to access all their rights (Lievens and et.al., 2018). In 1924, UN hasdeclared this child act to all over the world and it is mandatory for the countries to follow andprotect their child. UK government is highly aware of the children as they have launched a1
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