We are committed to promoting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) through a diverse range of educational programmes, so to help students and young persons to gain a comprehensive understanding of the close relationship between child rights and themselves. In addition, we cultivate global citizenship in these individuals and encourage them to care for the needs of children in developing nations and create a better world for every child.


We develop different programmes, such as providing online education resources and participatory platform for youth (UNICEF Club and Young Envoys Programme, to meet the needs of educators, so that they can link up schools and the community on child rights issues.



Our Education Work:

  1. Raise public awareness of child rights
    Strengthen the dissemination of CRC and facilitate its application in schools and society.
  2. Promote civic engagement and participation
    To encourage social participation of children and young persons, and help them to take part in the decision-making process on matters related to them. Also, to help them to reach their full potential and become child rights advocates.
  3. Advocating for global solidarity
    To help children and young persons to understand global development, and to provide opportunities to them so that they can contribute to the world and advance child rights around the globe.


The Three-step learning process:

We use the Three-step Learning Process to develop our educational programmes and advance our mission:

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