Teach Values, Respect Diversity Wing - As human beings we are all equal, but some values differentiate us as the family that we are part and society in which we live. For this reason, respect for differences, to diversity, to different cultures and races, will also be part of the education we give our children. Learning and teaching to be transmitted to children from a very young age.
Learn to be respectful in diversity
Children should receive an education which will promote his general culture and enable him, on an equal basis, the opportunity to develop his abilities, his individual judgment, and his sense of moral and social responsibility, and become a useful and contributing member of the society. The child must be protected against all practices which may encourage discrimination. It must be educated in a spirit of understanding, solidarity, tolerance, friendship, peace and fraternity. They are fundamental rights to life of children.
Child discrimination can occur in any area. It is therefore extremely important that children learn not to discriminate or see racism as normal. The child must understand that diversity exists and as such must be respected. Children must learn to make friends and respect others, regardless of their skin color, their features, how is your hair, if Chinese, Arabic or Indian, if you speak another language, and to respect their culture and traditions .
Children should know that diversity brings wealth of information and experience. We can learn a lot with differences. Rather than criticize, we must learn from it and give it its real value. That is an important task especially in the current days each day more and Imigran families migrating from one place to another.
The child can learn to be respectful in diversity
- When their parents are also
- When you read stories and stories from other cultures
- In schools and colleges. Children must learn to love their fellow
- When value languages
- When they were together different children in the parks in summer camps in the summer camps, school, etc.
- In exhibitions on different countries
- When traveling, knowing other traditions and customs.
- On excursions
- Playing and sharing moments and toys with all