“I am very glad about reading The Globe. I belong to a WCP Child Rights Club.”
with our parents and neighbours
about the rights of the
child because they are not
familiar with them and sometimes
they are unaware. My
guardian was very surprised to
hear me talking about the rights
of the child. She was surprised
to learn that children have the
right to express what they think
and give their opinion in all matters that concern them.
Here we make decisions without
asking the child. That must stop.
“I was shy, but thanks to the WCP program I now dare to express myself in front of other children and adults. The Globe has changed my life a lot, as the magazine allows me to travel to the other side of the world without actually going anywhere. Long live WCP!”
Eugénie, 13, Lycée Municipale de Nongrmassom