What other rights does he have? He
has the right to a first name, surname, and citizenship. Also, from birth
onwards, he will always have the right to free medical care. At a young age, a
child has the right to have toys, choose friends and have his own interests. Of
course, while he is a child, he does not know about his rights, but he has
parents who will look after him and teach him his rights and responsibilities.
When a child grows up, he has another
right – the right to free education. We come to school and here we have other
responsibilities: wear a uniform, keep school things safe, not be late, always
do your homework and respect the teacher and everyone at school. I am a student
and I know my student rights. For hard work at school, I have the right to
rest, receive incentives and, most importantly, the child’s right as an
individual to have his own opinion, freedom of thought and conscience, choice
of religious views and personal life.
And now you are an adult, you have
one more right. The right to work, choice of profession. And of course the
right to private property. This means that you have the right to have a house,
a car and other things. No one has the right to take it away from the owner.
In my opinion, people should know
their rights and protect them at any time, manage them correctly and with
dignity in order to be a worthy person.
SIM, knows everything about her rights and responsibilities, 9 grade,
school № 263, Tashkent.