Avoid Politics In Children’s Welfare

Children are the future of any generation; they are the glue that holds the society together. As such, it is very important that children grow up in a conducive environment that nurtures the good in them, and helping bring out the best in them. In children’s welfare, the environment too should be guided by the principle for a conducive environment. One that does discourages hatred, racism, extremist stands, and such like vices.

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Should politics be included in children’s welfare?

No, politics should be kept as far as possible from children welfare. First and foremost, politics is a divisive game that often involves improper language, extreme stands and positions on issues; all these aren’t helpful to a child’s growth and development

  1. Politics risks poisoning the little minds of children as they grow up, and make them view other kids as them, vs. us. Blacks vs. Whites. Latinos vs. whites. Indians vs. Muslims. All these should not be part of the child’s matters.
  2. Politics is to a large extent characterized by similar voting patterns on one side, and another pattern on the other. The moment you your children becomes part of that electoral process in any way, you are disrupting their ability to mingle and socialize freely with their peers in schools. See more on www.andrewcharalambous.co.uk
  3. Politics very easily has been known to deteriorate to fights, scuffles, and even into violent skirmishes. The last thing anyone would wish for the little ones is to see them chasing one another with crude weapons, shouting shocking political slogans; it would just be wrong.
  4. Children’s welfare should include among other things, platforms and channels to nurture their talents, teach them on the need to be patriotic to their country, to love and respect all people regardless of their sex, gender, race, or even religion. These are the vital ingredients that we should be injecting into children as they grow up.
  5. Politics should be a preserve for adults, those who have attained 18 years and above and thus capable of making a reasonable decision. But a child is less inclined to make such a decision, or even possess the rationale needed to identify the right candidate.
  6. When politics are kept off children’s affairs, there is harmony, things run more smoothly, and there’s less conflict. Like mentioned above, politics is very divisive.


In order to achieve the best results in children’s welfare, it is always very prudent to keeps any politicking away.

By Andrew Charalambous UKIP

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