Round the Globe Run for a better world

On 1 April, children and young people joined in the Round the Globe Run for a Better World. Every part of the WCP program, from studying children’s rights to learning about the Child Rights Heroes, and the Global Goals, has helped everybody to prepare. On April 1, children presented their ideas on how the world can reach the Global Goals before they walked/ran 3 kilometers. Together more than 1,1 million children collected 84,9 laps around the globe!

Watch: Round the Globe Run for a Better World in Zimbabwe and in Sweden:

The Global Goals



The Round the Globe Run for a Better World has a special focus on the Global Goals for sustainable development and the Rights of the Child, including Goal 5 (for gender equality and equal rights for girls), Goal 10 (reduced inequal­ities) and Goal 16 (justice and peaceful societies).

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The Child Rights Heroes



When you read about the nominated Child Rights Heroes and the children they fight for, and prepare for how you plan to vote in your Global Vote, you will also discover how the Heroes’ work contributes towards achieving the Global Goals.

You Me Equal Rights



Meet WCP friends in Zimbabwe who are affected by most of the Global Goals, not least when it comes to equal rights for girls and Goal 5. Discover how girls and boys are fighting for gender equality together as You Me Equal Rights Ambassador!

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Stronger together



The Round the Globe Run for a Better World is a collaboration between the World’s Children’s Prize Foundation and the Swedish Olympic Committee, supported by the Swedish Postcode Lottery.

 
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