The human rights and child right concerns were accelerated from the west and universalized throughout the world by neglecting the context, culture, level of income, living conditions and social norms and values of the countries around the globe. In this context, the felt problem is how to implement the universal provision of human and child rights as an universal phenomenon, where children are treated as the most needy, controlled, and neglected member in the society. Besides, they have to play the role of duty holder instead of right holders in their childhood, schooling and social life. There are various types of mindsets i.e. traditional,labelling, right-oriented, equity driven and global mindsets among the adults and children. Such variations have resulted different types of child right- duty dichotomies i.e. education / labour; rights / duties; inclusion / exclusion; liberation /oppression; and equality / inequality. More specifically, the book also provides the knowledge on how children managed these dichotomies.This book is useful to educationists, researchers and academicians to analyze the east-west debate and also the implication of universal provision of child rights.