This story of hope is about Abdul. He is a beneficiary of the project being carried out by BBA and KidsRights in India.
This story of hope is about Fatu. He is a beneficiary of the project 'Child Help Desks' being carried out by ANPPCAN and KidsRights in Liberia.
91 percent of youth sees climate change as a serious problem and asks to take extra actions urgently. Over 10,000 youth gave their input.
Divina (14) from Cameroon and Greta (16) from Sweden received the award today.
The Expert Committee selected Divina from Cameroon and Greta from Sweden as winners.
It took place from September 19 to 22 kicking off with a Youth Day on the 18th in Mérida, Mexico.
The unique “for youth, by youth” platform, founded by KidsRights will give a voice to millions of young people.
This year, children from no fewer than 56 countries were put forward as nominees for the award.
International Children’s Peace Prize winner Kehkashan Basu (2016), travelled to New York.
Still a significant gap between international children's rights and the daily reality.
Climate Justice – The Final Call ‘Our planet is at the edge of an environmental breakdown . Polar ice caps are melting, sea levels are…
Nathalie Hazenberg, who wrote the book ‘Give me a BREAK’, decided to donate the entire earnings to KidsRights! Within a couple of months almost…