No Kid´s Land


States Parties recognize the right of the child to rest and leisure, to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child and to participate freely in cultural life and the arts. (Article 31.1. United Nations Convention on the Rights of the child (UNCRC)).

Eating, sleeping and playing are three basic needs for all children. The first two seem obvious; the third however, is not always understood and in some cases is disregarded.

Child labour has always existed throughout history, mostly in assistance to the family in domestic or agricultural help. Playing becomes an ephemeral and almost clandestine activity because other responsibilities become a part of the daily life: taking care of smaller siblings, fetching basic elements for the household (water or wood for the fire to cook and keep warm), cleaning, cooking, animal feeding… Most of these children go to school if the school is nearby, but it’s just in passing. The most important thing is to contribute to the basic needs of the family. When a child plays while working, he plays as an “adult”, and cannot play as a “child”.

Thus, in an inconspicuous way for society, a part of their human condition is resigned to not play.


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