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Millions of children
celebrate their Heroes!

Through a Global Vote, millions of children have
voted to award Malala the World’s Children’s
Prize for the Rights of the Child and the
Honorary Awards to John Wood from USA,
and Indira Ranamagar  from Nepal

> Learn more about the Prize Laureates 2014

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The International
Child Jury

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Since 2000 nearly 36,4 million children have been empowered and educated on child rights and democracy. 59,748 schools in 110 countries support the World's Children's Prize.
> See all the children who have participated!

 

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Children’s Rights

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Laureates

Some of the world's bravest Child Rights defenders!

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Unite to end violence against girls »

25 November, is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. #UNite with us in painting the world #ORANGE, as vibrantly as this West Saharan girl, as a reminder to “Unite to end v ...

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End Child Slavery »

We support the campaign to end child slavery. Today is the last day to sign a petition that will be handed over to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. This has the power to put child slavery on the UN Susta ...

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Three Child Right Heroes honoured! »

Three amazing Child Right Heroes were honoured at the World’s Children’s Prize Ceremony. In this photo: Isabella Lövin, Minister of International development cooperation, Laureate Indira Ranamagar, H ...

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