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Temesgen Afeta

I have worked with children at school, in the community and children home. I have worked in five government organizations, I have worked on child rights advocacy, supporting families and facilitated the network through which families, teachers and students work. I deeply analyzed how children power is essential in their attending school, influencing families and changing decision and action of parents. They use their power to negotiate with adults and satisfy their desires. they are learners and teachers as well. understanding children power is important to enable them attain their rights. Children power is natural. Rights to which they are entitled have complementary power. The book focuses on my practical observation and experiences how children power is essential for enjoying their rights to which they are entitled. I have also realized adults and institutions overlook the critical roles they play in attending school, playing and in community and family life.

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