سهشنبه 25 مهرماه سال 1391 ساعت 22:28
|1||All children have the right to what follows, no matter
what their race, colour sex, language, religion, political or other
opinion, or where they were born or who they were born to.
|2||You have the special right to grow up and to develop
physically and spiritually in a healthy and normal way, free and with
|3||You have a right to a name and to be a member of a country.
|4||You have a right to special care and protection and to good food, housing and medical services.
|5||You have the right to special care if handicapped in any way.
|6||You have the right to love and understanding,
preferably from parents and family, but from the government where these
|7||You have the right to go to school for free, to play,
and to have an equal chance to develop yourself and to learn to be
responsible and useful.
Your parents have special responsibilities for your education and guidance.
|8||You have the right always to be among the first to get help.
|9||You have the right to be protected against cruel acts
or exploitation, e.g. you shall not be obliged to do work which hinders
your development both physically and mentally.
You should not work before a minimum age and never when that would hinder your health, and your moral and physical development.
|10||You should be taught peace, understanding, tolerance and friendship among all people.
This plain language version is only given as a guide. For an exact rendering of each principle, refer students to the original. This version is based in part on the translation of a text, prepared in 1978, for the World Association for the School as an Instrument of Peace, by a Research Group of the University of Geneva, under the responsibility of Prof. L. Massarenti. In preparing the translation, the Group used a basic vocabulary of 2,500 words in use in the French-speaking part of Switzerland. Teachers may adopt this methodology by translating the text of the Universal Declaration in the language in use in their region.