Until what age can I benefit from children’s rights?

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30 Jan 2019 -- Adam McCune
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The exact minimum age varies, but in some countries (Hungary and Romania) children under the age of 12 are considered a minor, while in others (Bulgaria) minors are those under the age of 14, and anyone older is a “young person”. In the European Union, all children and young people under the age of 18 have the same fundamental human rights, called children’s rights. They are listed in the UNCRC. 

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