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Article 4. The Equality of Rights of the Children: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

The children have equal rights, regardless of their and their parents’ or other legal representatives’ (foster parents, adopters or trustees) nationality, race, sex, language, religion, social origin, proprietary or other situation, education, place of habitude, the circumstances of the child’s birth, health conditions or any other stipulation.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.

Article 4. The Equality of Rights of the Children: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

The children have equal rights, regardless of their and their parents’ or other legal representatives’ (foster parents, adopters or trustees) nationality, race, sex, language, religion, social origin, proprietary or other situation, education, place of habitude, the circumstances of the child’s birth, health conditions or any other stipulation.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.

Article 5. The Child’s Right to Live: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

Each child has the right to live. The State and its corresponding bodies are creating the necessary conditions for the child to live and grow.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.

Article 5. The Child’s Right to Live: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

Each child has the right to live. The State and its corresponding bodies are creating the necessary conditions for the child to live and grow.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.

Article 9. The Child’s Right to be Protected Against Violence: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

Each child has a right to be protected from any type of (physical, spiritual, etc.) violence. Any person, including the parents and the legal representatives of the child are forbidden to exercise any violence against the child or any punishment humiliating its dignity, or other similar attitude.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.

Article 9. The Child’s Right to be Protected Against Violence: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

Each child has a right to be protected from any type of (physical, spiritual, etc.) violence. Any person, including the parents and the legal representatives of the child are forbidden to exercise any violence against the child or any punishment humiliating its dignity, or other similar attitude.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.

Article 9. The Child’s Right to be Protected Against Violence: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

Each child has a right to be protected from any type of (physical, spiritual, etc.) violence. Any person, including the parents and the legal representatives of the child are forbidden to exercise any violence against the child or any punishment humiliating its dignity, or other similar attitude.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.

Article 9. The Child’s Right to be Protected Against Violence: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

Each child has a right to be protected from any type of (physical, spiritual, etc.) violence. Any person, including the parents and the legal representatives of the child are forbidden to exercise any violence against the child or any punishment humiliating its dignity, or other similar attitude.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.

Article 10. The Child’s Right for Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Belief: The Law of the Republic of Armenia on Child’s Rights

Each child has the right for freedom of thought, conscience and belief. The viewpoints, beliefs and opinions of the child are to be correspondingly respected in accordance with its age and maturity.
The posters were created by children in the framework of the project “Speaking of Myself – Empowerment and Networking for Better Inclusion across Regions”.