Do you want to be a changemaker to make the world a better place? Just like the Child Rights Heroes and many of the children in The Globe. Then the World’s Children’s Prize program (WCP) can support you. Find out here how you can participate in the Program, step-by-step.
Secondly inspired by girls and boys who are fighting for equal rights for girls. Learn about gender equality issues and how you can create change for girls in your local communities and in your country.
Thirdly, study facts and statistics about the situation for children in different countries. Experience other children's reality through stories about children living in different places and under different circumstances. For example, learn about the Child Jury and the Jury Children’s stories.
Secondly, schools organize their own election day with ballot boxes, election officials and observers, and vote for their favourite from among the Child Rights Heroes. The election result for each candidate is reported to the WCP by 15 June. The result of the school’s vote is reported in the online Ballot Box.
If you are a child and have not been able to persuade your teacher/school to use the WCP Program in class, you can cast an individual vote in the Single Vote Ballot Box. You can only vote if you meet the criteria for voting, and have studied the different parts of the WCP Program.