Children’s rights are human rights. SBSD Tanzania protect the child as a human being. As human rights, children’s rights are constituted by fundamental guarantees and essential human rights:
Children’s rights recognize fundamental guarantees to all human beings: the right to life, the non-discrimination principle, the right to dignity through the protection of physical and mental integrity (protection against slavery, torture and bad treatments, etc.)
Children’s rights are civil and political rights, such as the right to identity, the right to a nationality, etc.
Children’s rights are economic, social and cultural rights, such as the right to education, the right to a decent standard of living, the right to health, etc.
Children’s rights include individual rights: the right to live with his parents, the right to education, the right to benefit from a protection, etc.
Children’s rights include collective rights: rights of refugee and disabled children, of minority children or from autochthonous groups.