Janusz Korczak. The Right to Be Respected

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The collection of essays The Right to Be Respected includes selected works of the famous Polish writer, humanist, doctor, and educator Janusz Korczak (1878-1942). Different in genre and style, written in different years, the common thread that runs through these works is a love of children and a good understanding of child psychology. Korczak exhorts adults to see in every child, first and foremost, the Human worthy of respect. This book is aimed at non-specialist audience. “Have respect for each hour that passes, for each passing day. What will a child amount to tomorrow if we do not allow him to live consciously and responsibly today?” – Janusz Korczak

Cover image: Viktor Hukailo.

Parts of the book in pdf: Content, Foreword

Janusz Korczak. The Right to be Respected/Compilation by I. Kovalchuk. Translation from Polish by I. Kovalchuk, B. Matiiash, R. Sviato. – K.: Dukh i Litera, 2012. – 382 p. – ISBN 978-966-378-276-8.

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A memorial plaque dedicated to Janusz Korczak was opened in Kiev in the Vladimirskaya street, 47.

This book is aimed at non-specialist audience.

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