Sunday, 27 September 2009

Our visitors from Sweden told me about 'The World's Children's Prize for the Rights of the Child' which is a bit like the Nobel Prize but goes to a child...

The WCPRC strengthens the voices of children and young people, promotes their ‘humanitarian growth’ into global citizens, and helps them to demand respect for the rights of the child. Students from all over the world work with the WCPRC, which is the world’s largest annual education and empowerment process for the rights of the child, democracy, the environment and global friendship.

The WCPRC was founded by Swedish organisation Children’s World, but it is open to all schools and organisations all over the world.You can find out more by visiting their website at

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