With words and action, together with children and our partners, we bridge children’s local realities and local changemaking activities with international decision-making processes. We command global attention for children as changemakers and children’s rights and act as a catalyst to ignite change. KidsRights inspires and empowers an unstoppable global movement for children’s rights. Contact us if you want to join KidsRights’ movement of changemakers.
KidsRights is a professional organization with an excellent network at its disposal to effectively impact the lives of vulnerable children worldwide. The overhead expenses are covered, as much as possible, by KidsRights’ business friends: a special group of companies and individuals who explicitly help finance the overhead expenses of the organization.
Institutional and Business Partners
Dutch Postcode Lottery
KidsRights was granted a substantial contribution by the Dutch Postcode Lottery to promote the rights and wellbeing of very vulnerable children. With this donation, The Dutch Postcode Lottery shows that they also recognize the power of children in realizing, promoting and adhering children’s rights. KidsRights has since used this contribution to realize the State of Youth platform.
Founded in 2004, Meta’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. People use their products to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what’s going on in the world, and to share and express what matters to them. Meta collaborated with KidsRights and connects State of Youth since 2019.
Founded in 1947 in Sweden, H&M has grown into a globally recognized brand celebrated for affordable, in-house designed fashion with a strong sustainability focus deeply woven into its identity. Beyond accessible fashion, H&M leads in creating a more environmentally responsible and ethical fashion industry. H&M’s partnership with KidsRights empowers young change-makers, aligning perfectly with their vision for a more sustainable and equitable future.
Unilever is a business founded on a sense of purpose, and their unique heritage still shapes the way they do business today. They support KidsRights since 2021.
KidsRights is partnering with IDFA. IDFA is screening for KidsRights the latest children’s rights documentaries and inspiring movies where young people are changing the world in their own way.
KidsRights is also proud to partner with
Erasmus University Rotterdam
For more than 10 years, Erasmus School of Economics and the International Institute of Social Studies have been fundamental for the realisation of the KidsRights Index.
Part of KidsRights research and reports have been conducted in collaboration with Leiden University , which is also the Alma Mater of most of our staff!
KidsRights Fellows are contributing to KidsRights on a 5.000 euros yearly basis for a period of 5 years and in this way are helping to develop the organization and the fast-growing youth-led projects base.
The contributions of the Business Friends are essential to the KidsRights Foundation. They cover the overhead expenses for a minimum of €10,000 per annum, and thus enable the KidsRights projects. Furthermore, where possible, they provide KidsRights with expertise and support, based on their own core competencies.
Have we sparked your interest for a collaboration with us? Please contact us, via +31(0)20225 82 25 or Annelies@kidsrights.org