2024 Children’s Day, 27th May 2024. Activities For the Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens (AFORRC INTL) calls on all Citizens of the world to join in the Crusade for the Child to get his Rights; and also in the Crusade for the Child to live up to his Responsibilities based on the United Nations 1959 Declaration and 1979 Convention on the Rights of the Child; and also on the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, OAU Doc. CAB/LEG/24.9/49 (1990), entered into force Nov. 29, 1999.

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2024 Children’s Day, 27th May 2024. Activities For the Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens (AFORRC INTL) calls on all Citizens of the world to join in the Crusade for the Child to get his Rights; and also in the Crusade for the Child to live up to his Responsibilities based on the United Nations 1959 Declaration and 1979 Convention on the Rights of the Child; and also on the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, OAU Doc. CAB/LEG/24.9/49 (1990), entered into force Nov. 29, 1999.

To mark this year’s Children’s Day Celebration, the Song writer and Singer of the music “Child Abuse”, Nze Dr Eric Oluedo (Nze Dr. O), has cautioned that with the arrival of uncontrolled Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Innovation, the future of Mankind is in grave danger if we continue to deny the Child his Rights, since this, will prevent him from living up to his Responsibilities.

He stated that the Child experiences anger when his Rights are denied due to various factors, including stress, frustration, feeling misunderstood, or encountering unfair treatment. Recognizing these triggers is the first step in managing anger effectively. Not recognizing these triggers, poses a grave danger to Mankind especially in the current world of uncontrolled Digital Innovation and Artificial Intelligence.

Promoting Inclusivity by ensuring that all children, regardless of their background, have equal opportunities and access to Education and Resources, and Teaching Children to manage their anger and aggression have long-term benefits. These skills contribute to better mental health, improved relationships, and greater academic and career successes. Children who educated, have access to Resources and learn to handle their emotions constructively are less likely to engage in violent behavior and more likely to develop empathy and emotional intelligence.
All these will help Children to navigate the challenges of growing up in a complex world.
By providing them with the tools to understand, express, and cope with their emotions, we equip them to lead healthier, more fulfilling lives. Through emotional awareness, positive role models, and supportive environments with basic Resources, Children can learn to channel their anger into positive actions and develop into well-rounded individuals.
This is the surest way to guarantee the future of Mankind.
LET’S STOP CHILD ABUSE IN ALL FORMS

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