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Children's Rights
 

Designing for Children’s Rights (D4CR) is a global non-profit association, supporting the Designing for Children’s Rights Guide that integrates the U.N. rights of the child in design, business and development of products and services around the world.

When we design for children, we design for the future. Childhood experiences have an impact on children which translates into long-term effects on the population, society, and the future. D4CR has created a guide that aims to define a new standard for both design and business to direct the development towards products and services that have ethics and children’s best interests at their core.

Design for Inclusion

Principles that ensure design for inclusion rights:
  1. Gather and respect children's views - Right to Participate, Right to be Heard
  2. Everyone can use - Non-Discrimination
  3. Use communication children can understand - Right to Information

Design for Play & Learning

Principles that ensure play and learning rights:
  1. Allow and support exploration - Right to Development, Right to Learn
  2. Encourage children to play with others - Right to Development, Right to Participate
  3. Create a balanced environment - Right to Development, Right to Learn, Right to Leisure and Play

Design for Safety & Sustainability

Principles that ensure safety and sustainability rights:
  1. Keep children safe and protected - Right to be Protected
  2. Do not misuse children’s data - Right to Privacy
  3. Help children recognise and understand commercial activities - Right to Information
  4. Design for future - Right to Life, Right to Information

 
This list includes the top 47 games drawn from the last 31 years, with 2,753 likes. They come from a range of different genres and play-styles and are all good games if you want to keep children's rights at the centre of play.

Related Lists
We have 13 Digital Play lists of games, like these:
 

1. Gather and respect children's views

2. Everyone can use

3. Use communication children can understand

4. Allow and support exploration

5. Encourage children to play with others

6. Create a balanced environment

7. Keep children safe and protected

8. Do not misuse children’s data

9. Help children recognise and understand commercial activities

10. Design for future

4. Allow and support exploration

Taming Gaming Book Written by parents for parents, the database complements the in-depth discussion about video game addiction, violence, spending and online safety in the Taming Gaming book. We are an editorially independent, free resource without adverts that is supported by partnerships.

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