Saturday, January 2, 2016
4th Anniversary on Rights of the Child (UNCRC) 3.5.1963
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) inunciated in 1959 is a comprehensive charter on the rights of children, setting minimum standards that governments should meet in providing healthcare, education, legal and social services in their countries.
The 54 articles of the convention affirm four basic principles, namely: a child’s right to survival; a child’s right to development; a child’s right to be protected; and a child’s right to participate actively in his/her community.
Monaco commemorated the 4th Anniversary on Rights of the Child (UNCRC) with these eight preety stamps on the FDCs, which also have appropriate drawings which compliment the message on the stamps.
(0.05) Children playing 'Ring a Ring o' Roses'.
(0.10) Tree with nest and feeding bird.
(0.15) Two children on a scale.
(0.20) Children of different races, sun.
(0.25) Mother with cild, by H. Santi (19 years old).
(0.50) Child and house, by Ginocchio (8 years old).
(0.95) African woman with child.
(1.00) Prince Albert and Princess Caroline between flower tendrils.