70,000 schools in 116 countries have got behind
the World’s Children’s Prize since year 2000
Dr Ashok Dyalchand, who has been campaigning for equal rights for girls for 40 years, has been chosen by millions of children to be this year’s recipient of the World’s Children’s Prize. Spès Nihangaza, Burundi, and Guylande Mésadieu, are World’s Children’s Honorary Awardees.
The WCP is the world’s largest annual rights and democracy education initiative for children. Since the year 2000, the WCP program has educated and empowered over 42 million children as changemakers for a better world.