Children’s Rights

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Some of the world's bravest Child Rights defenders!

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Since 2000 nearly 35 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.
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Day of the Girl! »

On the Day of the Girl we celebrate our brave Child Rights Ambassadors from around the world. They tirelessly continue to educate and support young girls – and boys – in their countries. They help chi ...

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End Child Slavery now »

Sisters Jung and Ahok from South Sudan were kidnapped and sold as slaves in a market. After two years they were finally freed by World’s Children’s Prize Laureate James Aguer. This happened many years ...

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Traning for girls’ rights »

More than 100 students from 25 schools in the Metro Central District in Cape Town in South Africa were recently trained to implement the World's Children's Prize Program with the special project Rights and ...

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