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Donors like you make children’s dreams a reality. Together, we contribute to sustainable improvement of children’s rights worldwide. Support KidsRights and get involved today!
Donors like you make it possible for children around the world to make their dreams become a reality. Your donation will go directly towards supporting grassroots projects and actions of young changemakers globally.
For example, 100 euros helped Ayusha, a young changemaker from India kickstart her project which aims at creating awareness and conversations about the issue of child sexual abuse in her community. With these funds she has been able to educate and impact thousands of other children and start the conversation about consent amongst community members.
Donations like yours also make it possible for us to research and provide more information on children’s rights. With the support of our donors we have been able to publish a KidsRights Index and a KidsRights Report annually.
This research provides much needed insight into the reality of children’s rights and their implementation internationally.
The KidsRights Index is the first and only global ranking that annually measures how children’s rights are respected worldwide and to what extent countries are committed to improving the rights of children. The Index gathers attention worldwide and is used by numerous organizations, governments, and individuals each year to continuously fight for children’s rights.
In addition to this, we speak out to world leaders, influence policy, and engage a worldwide audience to act for positive change. We stimulate public and political debates, and inspire a global audience to act with us. Together, we urge decision-makers to collaborate with children and constantly put children’s rights at the heart of their agendas.
Annually, since 2005 KidsRights awards the International Children’s Peace Prize, which recognizes an outstanding young changemaker who is committed to fighting for children’s rights. Your donation makes this possible. In last year’s campaign alone 1.6 billion people were reached around the world through the International Children’s Peace Prize.