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For teachers

The World’s Children’s Prize Program (WCP) is used annually by 40,000 – 50,000 teachers around the world. It is the world’s largest annual education initiative which empowers children to become changemakers who stand up for human fellowship, the equal worth of every individual, the rights of the child, democracy and sustainable development.

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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Kid making hands out of paper

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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Girl Ambassador

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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