Children are a special group of human beings who cannot fully develop their full potential unless they are protected from harm. There are many definitions for children. In English, child includes fetus and unborn. Some cultures consider children adults at a certain age, which may not correspond with puberty. There are also many cultural differences. It is difficult to determine when a child becomes an adult. In some cases, children may be regarded as adult only after a rite of passage (such as puberty).

Childhood was considered romantic by many cultures, and paintings by Song Dynasty artist Su Hanchen show children enjoying the natural world. Then, industrialization came along and changed all of these romantic notions of childhood. In Britain, child exploitation began to become a commonplace phenomenon. In the late 18th century, children were specially employed in mines, factories, and chimney sweeps. They worked long hours in hazardous jobs for low pay, and often faced ill treatment. Despite the obvious contradiction, this situation led to the first campaigns for legal protection for children.

In the 19th century, children’s street culture took shape in various ways. They imposed a symbolic status on the urban realm by creating ‘child-friendly zones’ on quiet streets and pavements. Young children also designated informal meeting and relaxation zones. As a result, urban areas that might otherwise be faceless to adults may contain deep meaning for children. Despite the widespread disapproval of such practices, the rise of industrialisation and the development of indoor distractions impacted on this practice.

Increasingly, children’s rights have been protected by legislation. Almost all countries recognize that a child’s right to health and education cannot be taken away from them. In addition to the right to education and basic care, children’s rights are protected as a matter of national policy. The role of children in a society must be protected and expanded as a fundamental part of its development. However, children’s rights and freedoms are threatened by poverty and other issues.

Developing children’s rights is one of the most important parts of our society. We must take them seriously and protect them from harm. If we want them to flourish, we need to protect their rights and ensure that they live healthy lives. In order to do this, we must ensure that children’s rights are protected and respected. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child defines and protects children’s rights in different countries. A child’s right to a healthy life is a right that cannot be taken away.

Despite being a natural resource, children are also influenced by their environment. In fact, the early years of a child’s life are shaped by their experiences. They are the ones who make decisions. They are the ones who make decisions in the society. They have the greatest impact on the world. They are the ones who create, shape, and protect their environment. It is also possible to protect children from exploitation.