Children's Right To Culture

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Afterschool gatherings - the new leasure trend among children

I believe that the leisure time could be the key. If every child got a culture check from the age of 10 years when the community and schools usually cut the investments in the schools every day (about two thirds) so they do not have resources to have adults or teach. If we connect the schools leasure time after school with checks each child use in any activity, then all children would have the chance to develop interests and learn together with old and new friends without stress. I am sure Cultural work mediation can bring up culture workers, musicians and so on who would love to teach their passion and at the same time get some extra money. There is also a lot of young people who are good at different sports, dance and so on who would love to feel that they can participate and share their knowledge and get as extra money.

In Malta each child could actually choose any sport or cultural activity after school for around 10 euros for once a week for each activity per term. Different activities in different schools or in other places.

Afterschool gatherings - the new leasure trend among children

I believe that the leisure time could be the key. If each child got a culture check from the age of 10 years when the community and schools usually cut the investments in the schools everyday leasure time (about 2/3 parts) so they do not have resources to have adults to inspire or teach. If we connect the schools leasure time after school with checks each child can use in any activity, then all children would have the chance to develop interests and learn together with old and new friends without stress. I am sure Kulturarbetsförmedlingen can bring up cultureworkers, musicians and so on who would love to teach their passion and at the same time get some extra money. There are also a lot of young people that are good in different sports, dance and so on who would love to feel that they can participate and share their knowledge and get som extra money.

In Malta each child actually could choose any sport or cultural activity after school for around 10 euro for once a week for each activity per term. Different activities in different schools or in other places.

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