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Право детета на слободно време и одмор, рекреацију и културне активности
The Child's Right to Leisure and Recreation and Cultural Activities

Author(s): Olga Jović S.
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
Published by: Правни факултет Универзитета у Источном Сарајеву
Keywords: Child's rights;Free time;Leisure;Recreation;Cultural activities;Human rights;Subjective rights;
Summary/Abstract: Closely connected with the right to education is the child’s right to leisure, recreation and cultural activities. Education is available for the activity that belongs to every human being. Free time is a function that maps disposability in education and involves creating legal relationship between the concepts of leisure and education. Education and leisure as social phenomenon and values contain in mutual connection. Leisure is an activity that can be paid out of any voluntary professional and social obligation, to rest and developed.The importance of the rights of the child’s development is unquestionable, and in order to achieve the child’s biological needs for rest and recreation. Recognition of right to rest, leisure, recreation and cultural activities as a universal law means that it is provided in international legal documents, and signatory states are required to recognize the right of the child to rest and leisure, to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child and to participate freely in cultural life and art.