Children need your love, time and attention.
Leaving school with few or no qualifications puts young people at risk. Ideally, a family remains together in a stable household, but when that's not possible, it's important to disrupt the child's life as little as possible.
For example, a tiny baby will require constant physical care and protection, whereas as they grow older, children become better able to take responsibility for meeting those needs themselves.
The right to health is equally important for everyone, but children are vulnerable to childhood diseases and they require particular care, nutrition and support to achieve optimum physical and psychological development.
They need for us to give them a little rope to come along at their own pace. Indivisible means that it is interdependent with other rights.
Everyone is equally entitled to human rights without any discrimination. As parents we need to stay away from controlling, manipulating and pulling our children away from their natural interests.
Teens need to know how they can ask for help - from services at medical clinics to social services - and those services need to be approachable, providing positive experiences for teens.