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EUROCHILD is an organisation which fight for children’s rights and puts their well-being at the heart of their policy making. They work throughout Europe, striving for a society that respects the rights of children.

They have an impressive list of achievements under their belt, here are some to show how well this organisation works; Secured the European Commission Recommendation on Investing in Children, Enlisted the support of 100 Members of the European Parliament who have pledged to be Child Rights Champions and Secured EU commitment to end child poverty and halt institutional care in the spending of European Structural Funds (€325 billion).

They have a strong set of values which include- Integrity: they put children’s right at the absolute core of everything they do. Good Governance: they want to enlist the help of more members to enable them to achieve more goals and they continually evaluate their work and strive for excellence in what they do.

Integrity: they put children’s right at the absolute core of everything they do. Good Governance: they want to enlist the help of more members to enable them to achieve more goals and they continually evaluate their work and strive for excellence in what they do.

Good Governance: they want to enlist the help of more members to enable them to achieve more goals and they continually evaluate their work and strive for excellence in what they do.

Partnership & Participation: they are seeking external alliances to enhance the impact they hope to have on the lives of children and young people, they are also a listening organisation by working and caring for the children they aim for their voices to be heard.

So, this year as part of their Eurochild Conference 2016 they are running a competition called ‘Sketch My Rights’ where they want you to draw a picture based on which right matters most to you.

If selected, your drawing will be featured on all their conference materials as well as their social medias and you and your guardian will be able to fly over to Brussels to meet other young people and officials with the same passion.

Sound interested?

Well here are a few rules and regulations you must follow before you begin;

  1. You must be under 18 years
  2. You are interested in children’s rights and child participation
  3. You are living in Europe

You must enter BEFORE the 15th April and the winner will be announced on the 6th of May.

If you want to enter then check out this link Sketch My Rights for all the information you need.

Picture your rights and bring your voice to the Eurochild Conference 2016!

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