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Cameroon, 2006
26 min
It is not because they don’t have a say that children have nothing to say about the world that they live in, and opinions about the adults that we are moulding them into.
In a series of conversations about children’s rights with parents, schools and other institutions, a group of children share their often surprisingly mature and strong views on children’s rights. In their moving, straightforward ways, they show us that that if we listen carefully, we can learn plenty from the little people who are usually expected to absorb what we teach them. 
They deal with serious subjects that many adults hesitate to address in the company of children, such as the devastating impact of HIV and war on their lives and society in general.