1.4 Economic and social rights
39. Every child has a right to the protection, security and attention that his parents or the persons acting in their stead are capable of providing.
40. Every person has a right, to the extent and according to the standards provided for by law, to free public education.
41. Parents or the persons acting in their stead have a right to require that, in the public
educational establishments, their children receive a religious or moral education in conformity with their convictions, within the framework of the curricula provided for by law.
42. Parents or the persons acting in their stead have a right to choose private educational
establishments for their children, provided such establishments comply with the standards prescribed or approved by virtue of the law.
43. Persons belonging to ethnic minorities have a right to maintain and develop their own
cultural interests with the other members of their group.
44. Every person has a right to information to the extent provided by law.
45. Every person in need has a right, for himself and his family, to measures of financial
assistance and to social measures provided for by law, susceptible of ensuring such person an acceptable standard of living.
46. Every person who works has a right, in accordance with the law, to fair and reasonable conditions of employment which have proper regard for his health, safety and physical well-being.
47. Husband and wife have, in the marriage, the same rights, obligations and responsibilities. Together they provide the moral guidance and material support of the family and the education of their common offspring.
48. Every aged person and every handicapped person has a right to protection against any form of exploitation. Such a person also has a right to the protection and security that must be provided to him by his family or the persons acting in their stead.