The second part of the Convention establishes that the States Parties undertake to make the principles and provisions of the Convention widely known, by appropriate and active means, to adults and children alike.
In order to make the rights of children widely known, the following documents have been elaborated and published:
- The booklet Diritti si cresce, whose aim is to increase the knowledge of the UN Convention among the younger generations, in particular young people aged 11-14.
- The child-friendly version of the Report of the Italian Government to the UN Committee on the rights of the child.
In this constantly updated section, through films and books for children, ‘stories’ helping to reflect together on the meaning of the Convention are collected.