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.
As part of this process, the children award the world’s most-respected prizes for the rights of the child.
The prize sum is used to give a better life to some of the world’s most disadvantaged children.
Young people work with the WCPRC with the help of The Globe magazine and childrensworld.org.
The World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child (WCPRC) belongs to you and all the other children and young people under 18 in the world.
All Global Friends and Adult Friends may submit nominations.