The prestigious Prize, launched by KidsRights in 2005, is awarded annually to a child who has shown special dedication and fought courageously for children’s rights. Last year, Nav and Vihaan Agarwal from India won the International Children’s Peace Prize for their fight against air pollution.

All nominations for the International Children’s Peace Prize were reviewed by the Expert Committee. The Expert Committee has the heavy responsibility of deliberating the different nominations and choosing the winner of the 2022 International Children’s Peace Prize.

You can see some of the impressive and hopeful stories of nominees on our website and through our social media channels.

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Nominees

This years nominees once again demonstrate that children are changemakers. Get inspired by their stories.

By the beginning of November, the three finalists that have been selected by the Expert Committee will be announced by Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Peace Prize laureate 2014.

The winner(s) of the 2022 International Children’s Peace Prize will receive their award on November 14th. To enable as many people as possible to follow the moving ceremony, the event will be held in a hybrid format.

 

If you wish to nominate a child for the International Children’s Peace Prize 2023, please keep an eye on our social channels to learn when the call for nominations for next year opens!