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4 oktober 2023

Millions of children choose Indigenous children’s champion as recipient of the ‘children’s Nobel Prize’

In a global vote, millions of children have chosen Cindy Blackstock, who has fought for the rights of Indigenous children in Canada for more than 30 years, as the recipient of the World’s Children’s Prize (WCP), often referred to as the ‘Children’s Nobel Prize’ by media around the world.

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About the World’s Children’s Prize

The World's Children's Prize program (WCP) is the world's largest annual education initiative that empowers children to change as changemakers for everyone's equal value, children's rights, democracy, and sustainable development. Since 2000, 45 million children have participated.
   Patrons of the WCP include Malala Yousafzai, the late Nelson Mandela, Graça Machel, Desmond Tutu, Queen Silvia and Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.
   WCP is supported by more than 75,000 schools in 120 countries and by 820+ organizations, as well as education ministries and institutions. Since its inception, half a million teachers have been trained in working with the child's rights and democracy in school.


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