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For teachers

The World’s Children’s Prize Program (WCP) is used annually by tens of thousands of teachers around the world. It is the world’s largest annual education initiative which empowers children to become changemakers who stand up for the equal worth of every individual, the rights of the child, democracy and sustainable development.

Be inspired

Follow WCP Child Rights Ambassadors Kim and Hassan, 13 through the different steps, and gain tips and ideas on how the WCP program can be both fun and educational.

For all schools

Everybody can participate in the WCP program, as long as you have signed up as a Global Friend school. Sign up now!

Important dates

The World’s Children’s Prize Program runs from 15 November 2019 until 1 June 2020.
> 1 April: Round the Globe Run for a Better World will be organized in schools all over the world.
> 16 April: latest date for the result of your school’s Global vote to be reported.
>15 May: No Litter Day.

The World’s Children’s Prize Program



Find out how you as a teacher can use the WCP Program in schools, step by step, in many subjects and many different ways that will build knowledge and awareness.

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Activities for the classroom



Use the WCP program in many school subjects, to educate and empower children as changemakers, to make the world a better place?

Teaching materials & resources



The WCP program offers a vast amount of resources including authentic stories in The Globe and online, video clips, fact sheets, pedagogical guides, fact sheets and more, in many languages.

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Age Limit



The WCP Program is open to children from the age of ten until the year they turn 18, when the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child says that you are a child until you turn 18.

 
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