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World's Children's Prize 2016/ 2017

The World’s Children’s Prize Ceremony 2016/ 2017 will be held at Gripsholms Castle in Mariefred, Sweden. Emma Mogus has been invited to representative Canada at the WCP ceremony as  master of ceremony, child juror and ambassador to Canada. Photo: Sofia Marcetic/World's Children's Prize.
The Child Jury led the World’s Children’s Prize Ceremony 2015 was held at Gripsholms Castle in Mariefred, Sweden. Member of the jury are: Ndale Nyengela, from D. R. CongoNetta Alexandri, from IsraelHamoodi Elsalameen, from PalestineBrianna Audinett, from the USANuzhat Tabassum, from BangladeshEmelda Zamambo, from MozambiqueMae Segovia, from The PhilippinesKewal Ram, from PakistanManchala Darji, NepalEmma Mogus, CanadaJhonn Nara Gomes, BrazilPayal Jangid, IndiaPhoto: Sofia Marcetic/World's Children's Prize Since the year 2000, the World’s Children’s Prize program has educated and empowered over 38 million children. It’s the world’s largest annual educational initiative for equality, the rights of the child and democracy. The program is run annually in schools worldwide. Each year, three out¬standing child rights heroes are selected by the Child Jury as candidates for the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child. The three candidates are then presented to the world’s children through the WCP magazine The Globe, video, web and social media. Tens of thousands of volunteers and organisations help to implement the WCP program every year, including at least 50,000 teachers and over a hundred organisations, social enterprises and departments of education. Over 67,000 schools in 113 countries have signed up for the WCP. The WCP program concludes with an annual Global Vote in which millions of children vote to elect their child rights hero of the Year. The majority of children who participate are vulnerable, such as former child soldiers and child slaves. Three global legends have got behind the WCP as patrons: Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, and Xanana Gusmão. Other patrons include H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden, Graça Machel and Desmond Tutu. The WCP program was founded in the year 2000 and is run by Swedish non-profit the World’s Children’s Prize Foundation (WCPF). The WCPF receives funding from several bodies including the Swe

The Child Jury led the World’s Children’s Prize Ceremony 2015 was held at Gripsholms Castle in Mariefred, Sweden. Member of the jury are: Ndale Nyengela, from D. R. CongoNetta Alexandri, from IsraelHamoodi Elsalameen, from PalestineBrianna Audinett, from the USANuzhat Tabassum, from BangladeshEmelda Zamambo, from MozambiqueMae Segovia, from The PhilippinesKewal Ram, from PakistanManchala Darji, NepalEmma Mogus, CanadaJhonn Nara Gomes, BrazilPayal Jangid, IndiaPhoto: Sofia Marcetic/World's Children's Prize.

 

World's Children's Prize 2015

The World’s Children’s Prize Ceremony 2015 was held at Gripsholms Castle in Mariefred, Sweden. Emma Mogus, 16, from Canada and representative of the WCP Child Jury was the Master of ceremony. Photo: Sofia Marcetic/World's Children's Prize Since the year 2000, the World’s Children’s Prize program has educated and empowered over 38 million children. It’s the world’s largest annual educational initiative for equality, the rights of the child and democracy. The program is run annually in schools worldwide. Each year, three out¬standing child rights heroes are selected by the Child Jury as candidates for the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child. The three candidates are then presented to the world’s children through the WCP magazine The Globe, video, web and social media. Tens of thousands of volunteers and organisations help to implement the WCP program every year, including at least 50,000 teachers and over a hundred organisations, social enterprises and departments of education. Over 67,000 schools in 113 countries have signed up for the WCP. The WCP program concludes with an annual Global Vote in which millions of children vote to elect their child rights hero of the Year. The majority of children who participate are vulnerable, such as former child soldiers and child slaves. Three global legends have got behind the WCP as patrons: Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, and Xanana Gusmão. Other patrons include H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden, Graça Machel and Desmond Tutu. The WCP program was founded in the year 2000 and is run by Swedish non-profit the World’s Children’s Prize Foundation (WCPF). The WCPF receives funding from several bodies including the Swedish Postcode Lottery, Sida (the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency), H.M. Queen Silvia’s Care About the Children Foundation, the Survé Family Foundation, Giving Wings, Futura Foundations and eWork. The WCPF received the highest possible rating in th

The World’s Children’s Prize Ceremony 2015 was held at Gripsholms Castle in Mariefred, Sweden. Emma Mogus, 16, from Canada and representative of the WCP Child Jury was the Master of ceremony. Photo: Sofia Marcetic/World's Children's Prize

The Child Jury led the World’s Children’s Prize Ceremony 2015 was held at Gripsholms Castle in Mariefred, Sweden. Member of the jury are: Ndale Nyengela, from D. R. CongoNetta Alexandri, from IsraelHamoodi Elsalameen, from PalestineBrianna Audinett, from the USANuzhat Tabassum, from BangladeshEmelda Zamambo, from MozambiqueMae Segovia, from The PhilippinesKewal Ram, from PakistanManchala Darji, NepalEmma Mogus, CanadaJhonn Nara Gomes, BrazilPayal Jangid, IndiaPhoto: Sofia Marcetic/World's Children's Prize Since the year 2000, the World’s Children’s Prize program has educated and empowered over 38 million children. It’s the world’s largest annual educational initiative for equality, the rights of the child and democracy. The program is run annually in schools worldwide. Each year, three out¬standing child rights heroes are selected by the Child Jury as candidates for the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child. The three candidates are then presented to the world’s children through the WCP magazine The Globe, video, web and social media. Tens of thousands of volunteers and organisations help to implement the WCP program every year, including at least 50,000 teachers and over a hundred organisations, social enterprises and departments of education. Over 67,000 schools in 113 countries have signed up for the WCP. The WCP program concludes with an annual Global Vote in which millions of children vote to elect their child rights hero of the Year. The majority of children who participate are vulnerable, such as former child soldiers and child slaves. Three global legends have got behind the WCP as patrons: Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, and Xanana Gusmão. Other patrons include H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden, Graça Machel and Desmond Tutu. The WCP program was founded in the year 2000 and is run by Swedish non-profit the World’s Children’s Prize Foundation (WCPF). The WCPF receives funding from several bodies including the Swe

The Child Jury led the World’s Children’s Prize Ceremony 2015 was held at Gripsholms Castle in Mariefred, Sweden. Member of the jury are: Ndale Nyengela, from D. R. CongoNetta Alexandri, from IsraelHamoodi Elsalameen, from PalestineBrianna Audinett, from the USANuzhat Tabassum, from BangladeshEmelda Zamambo, from MozambiqueMae Segovia, from The PhilippinesKewal Ram, from PakistanManchala Darji, NepalEmma Mogus, CanadaJhonn Nara Gomes, BrazilPayal Jangid, IndiaPhoto: Sofia Marcetic/World's Children's Prize

World's Children's Prize Ceremony 2015

Master of Ceremony, Canadian Child Rights Activit and Co-Founder, Emma Mogus Child Rights Activist and co-founder, Emma Mogus, will once again be travelling to Sweden to represent Canada as WCP Child Jury and Ambassador for the 2015 World's Children's Prize in Sweden.

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Master of Ceremony Emma Mogus and the Child Jury leading the Ceremony. World's Children's Prize Jury at the Press Conference in Sweden, headed by WCP Child Jury member Emma Mogus. The Child Jury consists of around 15 children from all over the world – experts in the rights of the child through their own life experiences as debt slaves, child soldiers, street children or refugees, or through having experienced other violations of the rights of the child. Photo Credits: Sofia Marcetic/World's Children's Prize http://www.insidehalton.com/news-story/5160910-oakville-teen-on-world-stage-to-promote-child-rights/ Emma with her majesty, Queen Silvia of Sweden - Photo: World's Children's PrizeWorld's Children's Prize 2014 MC pic emma PRESS conferecce wcp_A7200 SWEDEN group photo with queen and jury and award members SWEDEN TV with Emma's photo JURY member selfie with Loreen 9_o