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5.4. Identify how and why it is important that children receive equal treatment and access, based on their individual needs and acknowledging their rights.
Children’s right to be heard underpins all rights in the Convention: it is key to children’s right to an individual identity and to their equal treatment with others, and can be a strong tool in challenging discrimination. [ Children's rights are frequently violated as a result of indirect discrimination which arises because they experience unequal access to courts - and therefore unequal
access to justice - compared with adults. In China, for example, under 18s are not allowed to file complaints in court, or to be consulted directly by the courts without parental consent. The only exception is for children over 16 who earn their own livelihood. ]
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5.4. Identify how and why it is important that children receive equal treatment and access, based on their individual needs and acknowledging their rights.
Weegy: The Children Act 2004 requires all Childminders “to treat all children as individuals and with equal concern”. Inclusion is the practice of treating all children as individuals and meeting their individual needs. [ An inclusive approach as a Childminder is important because every child learns in different ways and you need to recognise and meet these needs to provide a good service to the children in your care. It’s also important to help children recognise and respect differences between people and their cultural identities. Inclusive practice also helps the children and their parents feel welcome and respected in your setting irrespective of cultural background, ability or gender. Children learn through play therefore it is important to reflect inclusion in the activities and toys that you provide for them to use. Play is important to children’s learning and development because it is how they learn to relate and act in the world around them. For an example of how I plan play that is challenging and enjoyable please see my daily, weekly and monthly plan ] (More)
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