UNICEF Photo Reporters - Child Rights Have Story and Face

UNICEF Photo Reporters - Child Rights Have Story and Face

 

The campaign "UNICEF Photo Reporters - Child Rights Have Story and Face" is organized to mark the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (20 November 1989). Its main purpose is to promote child rights to the general public. In October, during the initiative, people of diferrent age - children and adults, professional photografers and amateurs, were invited to send their pictures showing the live of children in Bulgaria through the prism of their rights. The photo categories reflected the main child rights. Over 500 photos were collected and 50 of those were selected to be part of a travelling around cities of Bulgaria exibition.

 

More about the campaign here (only in Bulgarian).

More about children's rights here.

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