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We offer a wide range of educational resources developed for students from 9 years of age and up, including lesson plans, quizzes, guides, and presentations. If you want to access materials in another language, please change the language in the drop-down menu.

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Guide for teachers & WCP Child Rights Ambassadors

Guide for every step of the WCP Program, with classroom activities.

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The Globe

An educational magazine with facts and stories from around the world.

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Convention on the Rights of the Child

Convention on the Rights of the Child, simplified version.

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History of democracy

A timeline of democratic development.

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Step 6-7: Democracy, election & Global Vote

Learning about democracy, election campaigns and the Global Vote.

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Step 2: You Me Equal Rights

Quick guide to step 2 in the WCP Program.

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Step 3: The Rights of the Child in the World

Explore differences and similarities between groups, countries and cultures, and try to understand the needs and rights of others.

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Step 4: The Global Goals

Explore the UN Global Goals of Sustainable Development.

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Peace & Changemaker Generation

A 100,000 children – a whole generation– in and around the national parks Gonarezhou in Zimbabwe and Limpopo in Mozambique are being educated through the Peace & Changemaker Generation project,

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Step 8: Round the Globe Run for a better World

A manifestation for Child Rights and the Global Goals.

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Step 9: No Litter Generation

Activities that spark ideas for solutions required for a more sustainable local community, country and world.

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Recount and listen

All participants think about and express their ideas about a text, supported by a friend, and then recount the text verbally to others.

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The Global Trip - overview

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Stories: Child Rights Heroes 2021

Stories about the candidates for Decade Child Rights Heroes, and the children they fight for.

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WCP Program in many subjects

The WCP Program resources can be used in many different subjects from maths to social sciences, music and art.

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Steps in the World’s Children’s Prize Program

Quick guide to the steps in the WCP Program

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Global Goals & Child Rights

How the UN Global Goals are connected to Child Rights

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Ballot papers

Ballot papers to use in the Global Vote

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Step 1: The Rights of the Child in your country

Quick guide to step 1 in the WCP program.

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How are Myanmar’s children?

Myanmar has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Haiti’s children?

Haiti has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Guinea-Bissau’s children?

Guinea-Bissau has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are USA’s children?

The United States has signed but not ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are The Gambia’s children?

The Gambia has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Senegal’s children?

Senegal has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Ghana’s children?

Ghana has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Zimbabwe’s children?

Zimbabwe has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Mozambique's children?

Mozambique has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Brazil’s children?

Brazil has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Tanzania’s children?

Tanzania has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Cambodias's children

Cambodia has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Romania's children?

Romania has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are the Philippines’ children?

The Philippines has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Benin’s children?

Benin has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Rwanda’s children?

Rwanda has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Guinea’s children?

Guinea has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Burkina Faso’s children?

Burkina Faso has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Colombia’s children?

Colombia has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Congo-Brazzaville’s children?

Congo-Brazzaville has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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Meet a reporter

Johanna Hallin is one of the reporters working for the Globe. Here, she talks about her work.

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How are Gambia's children?

The Gambia has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Tanzania’s children?

Tanzania has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are DR Congo’s children?

The Democratic Republic of Congo has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Nepal’s children?

Nepal has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are South Africa’s children?

South Africa has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Sierra Leone’s children?

Sierra Leone has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are India’s children?

India has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Pakistan’s children?

Pakistan has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Nigeria's children?

Nigeria has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Cameroon’s children?

Cameroon has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Liberia’s children?

Liberia has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Côte d’Ivoire’s children?

Côte d’Ivoire has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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How are Burundi’s children?

Burundi has ratified (pledged to follow) the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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Child Rights Hero Anna Mollel, Tanzania

Since 1990, 12,500 children, mostly Maasais, have had a better life thanks to Anna and Huduma ya Walemavu. These are children who would have been neglected, abandoned and could even have died if it hadn’t been for Anna’s struggle for their rights.

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Facts: COVID-19

Covid-19 and Children’s Rights.

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Problem Tree

Helps the pupils visualise their thinking and see the connections between causes, effects and solutions to an issue.

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Role play

Use role play as a way of illustrating different stories and experiences.

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Talking Litter

Supporting a culture of no littering and environmental awareness.

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Speed-dating about life style issues

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Global Goals, children and wildlife

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Climate Action

What is the science behind the rising temperatures and why is climate change happening? Explore!

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Change your footprint

In this exercise, we focus on the positive, thinking about how we can contribute to a better environment.

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Litter Time Line

How long does litter last?

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About the WCP Program.

In short about the WCP Program.

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Xadreque fights for girls

“I had to start by changing my own behaviour and begin helping my sisters and respecting their rights,” says Xadreque, Mozambique.

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Window with views

Learners work both individually, and together to find the best solution.

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Chains of cause and effect

Explore the causes and effects of global challenges.

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Talk about Coronavirus/COVID-19

A lesson about COVID-19 and children’s rights.

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Guide for Child Rights Ambassadors

As a World’s Children’s Prize Child Rights Ambassador, you are a changemaker for a better world. With the help of the WCP Program, you will educate and empower other children where you live, as well as teach adults about child rights, especially girls’ equal rights.

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Nelson Mandela’ life as a graphic story

A graphic story about Nelson Mandela’s life. and fight for children.

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Iqbal’ life as a graphic story

A graphic story about Iqbal, a former child slave in a rug factory who was murdered at twelve for his fight against slavery.

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Actioncards

Make the most of the commitment awakened among students by the WCP Program.

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Paint the WCP Symbol

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You and the Global Goals

Exploring issues relating to the Global Goals.

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Step 5: Child Rights Heroes

Learn about the WCP Child Rights Heroes.

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What does it mean?

Pupils or participants in a training session support and help one another understand a text.

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Reporters Needed

The Global Friend News Agency is seeking teams of reporters.

Worldclock

The global clock

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How are the worlds children

All countries that have ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child have promised to respect the rights of the child. Yet still, violations of these rights are common in all countries.

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Facts: Climate Change

The science behind climate change.

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How many earths

How many Earths do you need?

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No Litter Generation Guide

No Litter Generation Guide for teachers and WCP Child Rights Ambassadors working with the environment, littering and climate change.

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No Litter Generation Materials

Material with facts about litter, environmental threats and climate change as well as children and young people's own stories

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Break the cycle of poverty, with cards.

Highlighting the factors that are affected by poverty, allowing discussion and reflection on how to tackle poverty.

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Country facts

Country facts

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Checklist reporters

Checklist reporters

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Passport

Passport for Global trip.

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Application for assignment

Application for assignment as a reporter for the Global Friend News Agency.

Travel documents

Travel documents

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Ticket

Global Friend Travel Ticket.

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Yellow vaccination

Yellow vaccination card

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Travel documents

Travel documents

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Application visa

Application for visa.

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Assignment travelpreparations

Assignment travelpreparations

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