Rights of children in adoptive family

There is an opinion that children from boarding schools are deprived in a certain way in comparison with peers. In fact, the only difference between them – orphans mostly live in boarding schools and children’s homes of family type.

Children over whom established custody or guardianship – live at home, under the protection of adult care. They have many rights, but they are not sufficiently informed. Foster parents and guardians can help them with this.

  1. One of the most important rights of a child is to live in the family of a guardian or guardian and to feel the care of adults.
  2. Every child should go to school. Can develop their talents through sports and creative activities. Mentors understand this and help their students develop.
  3. If the child owns real estate, he retains the right to this housing. After coming of age – can return home.
  4. Otherwise, the state should provide living space. In certain circumstances – guardians and Trustees have the full right to defend the interests of the child and seek justice.
  5. There are times when the child does not listen or does something bad. The best solution is dialogue.
    If a child lives in a family under guardianship , all rights to all benefits enjoyed by children who grow up without parental care are preserved.
  6. Every child has the right to keep his / her name, patronymic and surname. This is a part of self-identification that must be respected.

Photo by: Maxim Khoroshkov

Author of the text: Sofia Krasnokutska