On December 4th, KidsRights will award the International Children’s Peace Prize to a child who fights courageously for children’s rights. In line with tradition, the prize will be awarded during an official ceremony by a Nobel Peace Laureate in the renowned Hall of Knights in international city of peace and justice The Hague, the Netherlands. The guest list has been closed for weeks. Fortunately, for those who can’t attend, KidsRights will stream the award ceremony live on Facebook. This way, everyone can witness this exclusive gathering and be part of an amazing event.
The International Children’s Peace Prize is not just any prize: it’s been called the Nobel Peace Prize for children for a reason. If you’re not sure yet why you should tune in for the livestream, here are 3 excellent reasons that will convince you to watch the ceremony live.

1. The guest list is quite impressive
A great prize attracts great people: this year, former International Children’s Peace Prize winner and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai will be presenting the award. A royal touch will be added by keynote speaker His Royal Highness Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan. The ceremony is in the trusted hands of master of ceremony Daniel Franklin, executive editor of The Economist.

2. You can talk during the ceremony
It’s considered rude to talk during the ceremony, but when you’re watching the live stream you are invited to join the conversation. You can comment live on the stream by leaving a reply. Invite friends to come and watch, and feel free to share your thoughts and reactions with us. So let us know that you’re watching on December 4th by leaving a comment, and please share your reactions.

3. You’ll be the first to find out who wins the International Children’s Peace Prize 2017
Get the scoop, find out who wins immediately! Will it be Faye, will it be Tymon or will it be Mohamad? Who is the young changemaker that will receive the Nkosi statuette from Malala? If you watch the ceremony live, you are part of the exclusive inner circle of people who are first to meet this year’s winner.

Tune in on the KidsRights Facebook page to watch the ceremony live!
Monday December 4th, 2 pm CET.