Help Your Kid By Being Their UN Ambassador

The words “sports” and “human rights” are coming together more and more often as the year goes on. We figure there’s a scheme in here somewhere, and we’re betting it’s going to involve cash.

[Canadian Press] Adults can empower young people by changing their own off-the-field attitudes and behaviour to reflect how they want their children to act, Yamada said. But that doesn’t include creating more rules, she added.

“Parents should think about bullying as a human rights issue,” Yamada said. “Encourage children to speak up.”

The rest.

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