Children's rights : Vanessa Martin, Aide et Action's Advocacy Officer, interviewed by TV5 Monde
29 November 2021

A look back at International Children's Rights Day

On 27 November, Vanessa Martin, Information and Advocacy Officer ofAide et Action Francewas interviewed by Valerie Tibet in the programme "7 days on the planet from TV5 Mondeto talk about Children's rights. 150 million children in the world continue to be exploited, to go hungry, to go to school... All these situations go against their basic rights.

Read the full interview in video replay.

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