20TH NOVEMBER, CHILDREN’S DAY

Since 1997, Inter Campus have been committed to ensuring that thousands of children have a right to play

Thanks to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1989 saw a promise made to children all across the world – this was to protect and promote their rights, duly allowing them to grow and express their full potential.
 
A lot has been achieved since then, starting with a decline in infant mortality rates and an increase in school registrations. However, there is still a long way to go. You only have to think that often in many countries, children are denied their right to play and instead possibly forced to work, raise siblings, or even involve themselves in illegal activities.
 
Through football, coaches and the Inter shirt, Inter Campus is committed to ensuring that every child can spend their free time enjoying activities in line with their age.
 
The ability to play is fundamental for any child, while it is also the most important tool in helping them learn how to grow.

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