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Two boys voting in booths made of grass

What is democracy?

The World’s Children’s Prize Program includes a Global Vote. At every school the pupils organize their own democratic election day.

Martin Luther King waving to a crowd

Follow the timeline

Begin with the timeline of the history of democracy and then look at the parallel trend in your country or in an entire region or continent.

Phulmaya, a girl from Nepal, casts her vote

Run an Election Campaign

Run your own election campaign and find ways of sharing knowledge about the various Child Rights Heroes who are candidates in the Global Vote.

Multi-colored postits

Talking Chips

Talking chips as a method provides a structure for group discussions that helps pupils participate on equal terms.

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Two girls with a ballotbox in shape of  house

Step 7: The Global Vote

Your Global Vote Day can take place on any day up to 1 June 2021.

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History of democracy

A timeline of democratic development.


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