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Rights from the Heart - Part 1/Droits au coeur - Volet 1

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The first of three collections based on the values proclaimed by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child consists of seven animated stories about children in various situations for five- to eight-year olds. A child's right to an education is addressed in 1, 2, 3, Coco (3 min. 37 sec.). Papa is about a child's right to be heard (4 min. 13 sec.). T.V. Tango explores the theme of the influence of television violence in relation to a child's right to wholesome leisure activities (3 min. 44 sec.). The Orange deals with a child's right to adequate nourishment (4 min. 49 sec.). A child's right to respect and freedom from harassment is treated in Door to Door (4 min. 9 sec.). International adoption and abandoned children in the Third World are treated in A Family for Maria, a film addressing a child's right to family life (5 min. 20 sec.). To See the World: From the window of a train, a child discovers the problems plaguing the world and imagines solutions to promote the happiness of children everywhere (9 min. 25 sec.).

1992, 36 min 01 s

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"USC/UNICEF Rights of the Child" Award
International Children's Film Festival
October 8 to 17 1993, Chicago - USA

Gold Medal for the production of the film's poster International of Superb Printing
Gala Gutenberg 93
January 22 1993, Montréal - Canada

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