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Let’s Put Play on the Agenda

By Human Rights Watch
Click to expand Image A group of children play in a camp for internally displaced people in Sevare, Mali, February 28, 2020. © 2020 Michelle Cattani/AFP via Getty Images Today, the United Nations marks the first International Day of Play, designed to recognize the vital importance of play, particularly for children’s development. It’s a chance to remember what is often described as a forgotten right, perhaps because many adults view playing and leisure as a luxury, or falsely assume it’s a given in every child’s life.Playing is essential for children’s cognitive, emotional, social,…

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