Every year, millions of children around the world arrange their own Global Vote for the Rights of the Child. You make your voice heard and help decide who will receive the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child.
Nobody else should be able to influence your decision. Not your friends, teachers, or parents. Nobody should be able to find out who you voted for unless you tell them yourself.
You have the right to vote until and including the year you turn 18. Everyone in school should be included on the voting register. Every name should be crossed off this list when they receive their ballot paper or when they cast their vote in the ballot box.