Millions of children
celebrated their heroes!

Through a Global Vote, millions of children 
voted to award Malala the World’s Children’s
Prize for the Rights of the Child 2014. The
Honorary Awards were given to John Wood,
USA, and Indira Ranamagar, Nepal

> Watch the WCP Ceremony 2014
> Learn more about the Laureates

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The International
Child Jury


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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