Lucknow: Yogi Government, which is in favor of equality for students in Uttar Pradesh, is trying to provide equal opportunities to the students under the campaign.
In this sequence, ‘Every Right for Every Child’ campaign based on the theme of equality and inclusion was started. Under this, various programs and activities will be organized daily till 25th November under the leadership of Power Angel and Bal Sansad in all primary, upper primary and Kasturba Gandhi schools.
The main theme of the event was “Gender Equality: Equal opportunities, care and support for all students: Champion every child in families, homes, schools, sports, careers, health care and child protection facilities, community and public life”. is based.
The focus will be on enlightenment and cleanliness along with entertainment.
The major activities organized under the campaign on Saturday included discussion on the theme by teachers, students, guest speakers-officials, experts at school level and laws, schemes and benefits for children made by the State Government and Government of India. . Similarly, on November 20, learn with entertainment, quiz, story, poem, slogan, debate, science project, handicraft, song, dance, drama etc. will be organized on the topic of child rights. Similarly, on November 21, there will be activities like right to play, organizing sports day, indoor and outdoor games, checking the health, nutrition and hygiene of children.
On November 22, there will be programs related to street plays, student police cadets, scouts and guides in school and community under the leadership of Meena Manch, Power Angels. At the same time, on November 23, along with painting made by children, exhibition of crafts, children’s fair, child rights festival cultural program for parents and community, children will be given information like child helpline, career portal, mental health counseling and mock drill of cyber security. Activities will be conducted.
Experts will share their experiences
A film festival for children will be organized on 24th November. A good inspirational film will be shown every day. A guest speaker officer, doctor, engineer, police officer, sportsperson, popular artist will be invited to share about his journey, achievements to inspire the children. Lessons will be organized with the students. Teachers have been provided with a simple module for this.
Similarly, on November 25, a survey will be conducted inside and outside the school premises on child rights, gender equality, child safety by forming a team of student representatives, Bal Sansad members and Meena Manch, in which they will identify such places which are dangerous for children. List the places like broken switch boards, open soak pits, potholes, open and fallen electric wires, thorny bushes, electric poles, waterlogging in the premises, unsafe boundary walls etc. and submit a memorandum to the headmaster and village head for corrective action. . Along with this, SMC will share issues, suggestions with Principals, officials and will honor and reward those teachers, students, PRIs, citizens who have advocated for child rights.