OTTAWA, Sept 14 ( – The Canadian branch of the United Nations Children’s Fund and Elections Canada have released the ten rights to be voted on by Canadian youth under 18 in a mock national election to be held November 19. As LifeSite warned in July, the rights would likely promote the often anti-family ideals of the United Nations, especially the   criminalization of corporal punishment. The newly released rights “candidates” proved LifeSite’s warnings accurate. Subsumed under the right of “Education”, the first right listed of ten, it specifies that “the discipline used in our schools must not go against our human dignity.” In further explanation, the UNICEF Canada information notes that “any form of   school – and parental – discipline must respect the child’s human dignity.”

For more see today’s LifeSite Special Report:
Child’s Rights Convention Propaganda Campaign Unveiled