Teachers around the world use the World’s Children’s Prize Program (WCP) in their teaching plan, in many subjects. Use practical, engaging activities to build knowledge and skills and develop awareness and values. It educates and empowers children to become changemakers for a better world, championing the equal worth of every individual, the rights of the child, democracy and sustainable development.
The World’s Children’s Prize Program starts November 15 and continues until May 2018. The last date to report the results of your Global Vote is April 16, 2018.
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