Equality, Diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people.
Importance of supporting the rights of all children and young people to participation and equality of access.
It is very important that every child and young people to participation and equality of access. In this world every countries has different laws to implement these children rights. These rights are helping these children to get their education, food and everything they need.
There are acts available to make sure they get equal opportunities. Eg Equality act 2010, children act 1989/2004, UN convention on the rights of the child 1989. There are giving different level of protection for child and young children. The UK government ratiﬁed the treaty in 1991 and must ensure that the rights of children in the UK are protected through law. These rights are extensive and include the right to education and the right for children to have their views respected.
Equality act 2010 gives equal opportunities for all regardless of race, background, religion, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age and culture. Children act 1989/2004 gives more rights to young children. UN convention on the rights of the child 1989 act set out the civil, political, social, health, economic, cultural rights.
Each school must produce a range of policies which formally set out the guidelines and procedures for ensuring equality. These must take account of the rights of all individuals and groups within the school. When considering the way policies work to ensure equality and inclusion, we often just think of the teaching and learning that is happening in the classroom. Policies must also pay regard to the values and practice which are part of all aspects of school life.
Not only these rights are protecting them but also it saves them from abuses. These rules are implementing in schools in different ways. Every rule is protecting the young people and...
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