“I like the Child Rights Club. I will fight against forced child marriage because I was upset to read about it in The Globe.”
“I also vow to advocate children’s
right to go to school.
“I am proud of taking part in WCP’s activities. WCP teaches us to be democratic and not be a dictator. After I turn 18, I will no longer be able to participate in WCP activities, but then I will be entitled to vote in municipal and presidential elections. I will be a good voter and vote according to my conscience. I will reject the corruption to sell my vote.
“The WCP program prepares us for life now and in the future.
“I love the WCP program! Long live children’s rights.”
Ines, 15, Collège Municipale de Tanghin Barrage