Here we will guide you through the step of the WCP Program, and how you can use its lessons, activities and materials to educate and empower young people about: children in your community about:
The equal value of every individual.
- The UN Convention on the Rights
of the Child.
- The Universal Declaration
of Human Rights.
- How democracy works.
- How to fight against injustice, poverty, racism and oppression.
- The UN Global Goals for
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You and your school decide when and for how long you want to work with the WCP program, as long as everyone has sufficient time and opportunity to learn and be empowered during the program cycle. This is how you do it, step by step (click on the steps to learn more):
Study children’s rights as they are expressed in the UN Convention for the Rights of the Child. Are these rights respected where you live, in your country, and in the world? Do girls and boys have equal rights and opportunities? Is there anything you’d like to change? What obligations are attached to the rights? | Learn more about Child Rights where you live
, Girls' Rights
and Child Rights in the world
Study the Global Goals and how the world can achieve them by 2030 to reduce extreme poverty, fight injustice and stop climate change. Also, learn how the goals are connected to the Rights of the Child. | More about the Global Goals
Meet thh Child Rights Heroes who have been honoured by the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child since the year 2000. Their stories, and the storieas about children they fight for, provide inspiration and learnings on child rights and the Global Goals in real life. | Learn more about the Child Rights Heroes
Study the history of democracy and fundamental democratic principles, and how election campaigns work. Later you will organize your own democratic election in your school, with ballot boxes, and election officiators. | Learn more about how to work with democracy
Based on the knowledge gained in the WCP Program, children around the globe organize their own Changemaker Day when it suits them best. They present their demands for change, and end by walking or running 3 km for a better local community, country, and world. | Learn more about how to organize a Changemaker day at your school
Children around the world learn about how to care for their environment and be part of stopping climate change. Your school can organize a No Litter Day when it suits you, picking litter and informing everybody in your community about the urgent need to care for the planet.
| Learn more