The World’s Children’s Prize Candidates 2015
are Phymean Noun, Cambodia, Javier Stauring,
USA and Kailash Sathyrathi, India. The WCP
Program runs from 25 February until 5 October.
The results will be announced on 14 October.
> Learn more about the candidates
The WCP is a unique global education
program. So far it has involved 36,4
million children who have learnt about their
rights and democracy!
> Learn more
Listen to voices from around the
world – children participating in the
the WCP program and the
Global Vote share their stories.
> Children’s voices
The WCP Child Jury consists of around 15
children from all over the world. They are
experts in the rights of the child through their
own life experiences as debt slaves, child
soldiers, street children or refugees.
> Meet the Child Jury
Since 2000 nearly 36,4 million children have been empowered and educated on child rights and democracy. 60,000 schools in 113 countries support the World's Children's Prize.
> See all the children who have participated!
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