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Start your own Child Rights Club
All children can become Child Rights Ambassadors and start a WCP Child Rights Club at school. They can use the WCP Program and hold a Global Vote, press conferences, child rights celebrations, and carry out other activities to promote the rights of the child and democracy.
Support your students to get started and help them along the way. As well as basic knowledge of the rights of the child and the WCP Program, you can help them to decide what their club should do and how they can reach out to other children, their parents, teachers, and the school management. They may also want to reach out to local and national politicians, the media and organisations like the UN. Activities can include: ✲ Organising parties and rallies. ✲ Getting more friends to join. ✲ Visiting politicians and demanding respect for your rights. ✲ Putting on plays or writing stories. ✲ Holding competitions and debates.
 
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