Article 31: The Right To Play

Photo from AbleGames of a young lad playing a one-switch game amongst friends and family.

“The right to play is enshrined in Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, ratified by the UK government in 1991, and most around the world (not the USA though). The government has a duty under this convention to protect and promote play opportunities for all children and young people.”

See also: International Play Association; Children’s Right To Play; Play England.

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