Every child from birth to the age of eighteen years has rights as described in the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The Convention was agreed and signed by 196 state parties from around the world.
Now all these countries (including the Czech Republic) must ensure that children know about their rights and that they can really use them.
We have selected several of these rights that we think may be important to you now. You can find the complete children’s rights catalogue on this website: THE RIGHT TO CHILDHOOD
Adults should make decisions in cases involving children so as to protect what is the best for children
The child has the right to be brought up by both parents and has the right to say who he wishes to live with and how.
The child has the right to know all the important information about his life, family and the situation in which he finds himself. The child has the right to say how he feels, what he thinks, and what he wishes. Everyone should listen to the child and take into account his opinion as important.
The child has the right to grow up in a family. If he can’t live with his parents, he has a right to live in a new adoptive or foster family.
Look at how children see the interview with the psychologist.
Are you supposed to go to the court and you don't know what it will look like? Look at how other children see it.
Can mediation help parents so they start to agree with each other and listen to you?
Are your parents separating and you are waiting for an interview with a psychologist?
Should you attend the mediation and you don´t know what it is and what to expect?
When you went far away from one of your parents, you miss him/her and don't know what to do.
Did you have to go to a country you had never lived before? Do you feel that you are alone and no one understands you?
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