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As we’ve seen in the video, religious teachings of different faiths share some values about children and how to take care of them, so they are not far from what the Convention on the Rights of Child establishes. Here are some examples for you to think:

Children are important in all religions and all of them believe that adults have rights and duties towards children.
All religions believe that the family is the best environment for bringing up children.
All religious teachings have in common a fundamental belief in the dignity of the child.
All religious teachings share a holistic notion of the child. This means they understand that children have physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.
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