UPDATED 16 02 21
It’s been widely noted that the pandemic has adversely impacted our young people. It has also been said that their voices have remained largely unheard. This has led the British Science Association to call them ‘the forgotten generation’.
We can change this!
We can all make time for play and we can all call on sporting organisations to promote children’s rights when youth sports return.
In this letter, Salisbury Rovers is calling on The FA to recognise and promote the right to play and the right to be heard and to commit to promoting opportunities for informal play in our communities when football returns.
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The forgotten generation: listening to children and the right to play
INTRODUCTION TO CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
- Kids want different things https://drive.google.com/file/d/14CofUaR6joOBMpj_rxCe88_a1ZMGkvyk/view
- Kids still want to play out https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dzZvGQei7ZlVuwU083h8HDwT-JZ1QByr/view
- Let kids choose sides https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Lqvyzx7bcgPIlH-GmuMH2IhASLnx-Ocj/view
5. Let kids run their teams https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kRc5LoNCg3osU7RMVUgsboieF81JIGa6/view