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菲律宾一流浪少年设立慈善组织 获儿童和平奖


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巴尔德斯从1984年诺贝尔和平奖得主图图手中接过奖牌


 
 中新网9月21日电据“中央社”20日报道,菲律宾一名以垃圾堆为邻、无家可归的13岁少年巴尔德斯,因致力提升相同境遇流浪儿童的生存状态,在荷兰获颁国际儿童和平奖。

  国际儿童和平奖日前在荷兰海牙举行颁奖典礼,巴尔德斯从1984年诺贝尔和平奖得主图图手中接过奖牌,以及10万欧元奖金。

  据悉,巴尔德斯设立“捍卫小区儿童”慈善组织,透过募款发放礼物给物资匮乏的儿童,他的卓越贡献让他从候选人中脱颖而出。

  巴尔德斯说:“我要向全世界儿童说的是,永远不要放弃希望。”他说这笔奖金将资助他的学费,甚至可能帮助他实现成为医师的梦想。

  设置儿童和平奖的儿童权益基金会表示,巴尔德斯的慈善事业已向贫困儿童发放5000多份礼物,包括如人字拖鞋、玩具、糖果和衣物之类的日常用品。

  基金会同时指出,巴尔德斯帮助约一万名儿童改善卫生条件,提升儿童权利。菲律宾约有24.6万名像巴尔德斯这样的流浪儿童,他们时常受到虐待、暴力与劳力剥削。

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The International Children's Peace Prize
Awarded to children who stand up for the improvement of children's rights


The International Children’s Peace Prize is an initiative of the Dutch KidsRights Foundation and was launched by Mikhail Gorbachev, Chairman of the Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, during the 2005 Summit at the Capitol in Rome. Since then, the prize has been awarded every year by a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

The prize is presented annually to an exceptional child, whose courageous or otherwise remarkable actions have made a difference in countering problems, which affect children around the world. The motivation behind the prize is to provide a platform to children to express their ideas and personal involvement in children’s rights. KidsRights feels that children should be recognized, awarded and motivated in their fierce efforts to improve their own situation and that of the children in their environment and even the world.


An important message on children's rights

Not only is the prize a sign of recognition for the young winners. Having won the award also offers the winners a platform to promote their ideals and further their work. With the newfound attention, these young heroes’ messages have more impact, and reach a larger audience. The intention of KidsRights is to create international attention for the problems that the winners are fighting. This attention will generate a higher level of cooperation and structural improvement in addressing these respective subjects. For example: Om Prakash was invited by the president of India and has discussed the subject of child labor with UK former Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Both Thandiwe and Mayra have, upon invitation, attended the UN conference in New York and spoken about violence against young girls. Thandiwe focused on girls in education and Mayra on black girls in favelas. Furthermore, Baruani, Mayra and Thandiwe spoke during the KidsRights Millennium Development Goals Conference in July 2010 in Johannesburg. They addressed the audience about the continuing appalling conditions facing children worldwide. Each winner made the need to take action clear from their own position.


Supporting the winners in their battle and personal development

Attached to the International Children’s Peace Prize is the prize money of €100,000. The prize money is awarded by KidsRights to a direct aid project (or multiple projects) in the spirit of the young winner’s efforts. The money will never be given to the winner directly; not as personal money nor in order for the winner to decide where the money should go. Naturally, the winner is welcome to share his or her wishes and ideas.
The winner of the International Children’s Peace Prize is awarded a statuette - ‘the Nkosi’ - and is supported in his/her cause through the prize money of €100,000 and the platform of attention that the Prize generates. In addition, the winner receives financial support for his/her studies. KidsRights sees education as a steppingstone to further development and therefore encourages and supports full and unlimited education of the winner.


Winners of the International Children's Peace Prize:

2011: Chaeli Mycroft from South Africa
2010: Francia Simon from the Dominican Republic
2009: Baruani Ndume from Tanzania, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo
2008: Mayra Avellar Neves from Brazil
2007: Thandiwe Chama from Zambia
2006: Om Prakash Gurjar from India
2005: Nkosi Johnson from South Africa


The Expert Committee

Each year the International Children’s Peace Prize winner is selected from nominations from all over the world. An Expert Committee assesses the candidates, comprises a selected list of nominees and then selects the winner. Every year KidsRights tries to reach a wider range of organizations and therewith children to be nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize. KidsRights is of the opinion that the more children will be nominated and thus recognized in their work, the bigger the platform becomes for children to reach their full potential in changing the world.

The winner of the International Children’s Peace Prize is selected from all nominated children by the following Expert Committee:
• Nevena Vuckovic Sahovic, member of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
• Prof. Jaap Doek, former Chairman of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
• Frans Röselaers, former Director of the ILO’s (International Labour Organisation) International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC).
• Jeroo Billimoria, Founder and Chair of Child Helpline International and Founder and Director of Aflatoun, Child Savings International.
• Marc Dullaert, Founder and Chairman of the KidsRights Foundation and spiritual father of the Children’s Peace Prize.


http://www.kidsrights.org/InternationalChildrensPeacePrize.aspx


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Extraordinary achievements for Children’s Right

The winners of the International Children’s Peace Prize are children who perform extraordinary actions to improve the status of children’s rights. Receiving the prize is not only a sign of recognition for what they have achieved to improve the position of children in their communities. It also gives them the opportunity to present their message to more people worldwide and to help more children in the process. The International Children’s Peace Prize functions as a platform to provide these winners with the opportunity to spread their message worldwide.


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2005 Nkosi Johnson



The first Children’s Peace Prize in 2005 was dedicated posthumously to Nkosi Johnson for his work and dedication to offer a more dignified existence to South African children and their mothers with hiv and aids. The prize was presented by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mikhail Gorbachev to Nkosi’s foster mother Gail Johnson and his little foster brother Thabo.
During his lifetime Nkosi rose awareness for children with hiv and aids. In his famous speech during the 13th International Aids conference in Durban in 2001 he asked the world to accept and love children and adults with hiv/aids just like any other human being, because as he said: “We can walk, we can talk, we have needs just like everyone else - don't be afraid of us - we are all the same!”. Nkosi wanted to open several Nkosi’s Havens together with his foster “mommy” Gail Johnson within the year. The thought behind Nkosi’s haven is that mothers with hiv/aids and their children should not be separated from each other.
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2006 Om Prakash Gurjar


In 2006 the honor went to Om Prakash Gurjar from India. He received the prize from Nobel Peace Prize Laureate F.W. de Klerk, former president of South Africa. He was awarded the Prize for his unceasing work to combat child labor and liberate child slaves in India. Om was liberated from slavery after having worked from his 5th until his 8th year under grueling circumstances. After his liberation Om started advocating and fighting for children’s rights to freedom and education.
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2007 Thandiwe Chama


In 2007, KidsRights had the honor of giving the International Children’s Peace Prize to Thandiwe Chama from Zambia. She received the Children’s Peace Prize from Nobel Prize Laureate Betty Williams and Sir Bob Geldof, for her devotion to the rights of children in her country, especially their right to education.

Thandiwe’s school was closed when she was only 8 years old because of a lack of teachers. But Thandiwe did not accept this and demanded education for her and her 60 schoolmates. The CECUP school took them in. After having seen the extent to which she could influence her environment Thandiwe went to a government official to plead for a new building, so that the children did not have to study outside in the hot sun anymore. Ever since, Thandiwe has been fighting for the right to education for all children, including the poor and the ill. Thandiwe has seen the devastating effects of hiv/aids in her direct environment. Children dying of the disease, children not going to school. and lacking the right nutrition. Taking action on behalf of children with hiv/aids and calling upon others to do their share is one of her great drives in daily life. She gets the community involved to provide fruits to sick children in the nearby hospital. She advises children and parents on testing for hiv, and has even taken children herself to do the test.
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2008 Mayra Avellar Neves


In 2008 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Desmond Tutu presented Mayra Avellar Neves the Children’s Peace Prize for her ongoing fight against the violence in the favela’s, slums, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and her own favela, Vila Cruzeiro, in particular. When Mayra was only 11 years old her favela was closed off by so many checkpoints that schools and clinics had to be closed because doctors and teachers could not reach them. She however refused to accept this and found another school outside the favela and demanded her right to education. When Mayra was 15 years old, she mobilized hundreds of youths to participate in a community march against violence. Their direct demand was that the police should stop patrolling around schools during the times that children walk to and from school. This took great courage, as the march passed by many of these armed police patrols. As a result of this action, the police agreed to the demands, and children started coming back to school again – a great achievement with far-reaching implications for life in the favela.

Meanwhile, Mayra still participates in the theatre group Favela Força (“favela power”), which shows the powerful and positive culture of the favela population.
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2009 Baruani Ndume


In 2009 Baruani received the International Children’s Peace Prize from Nobel Peace Laureate Prof. Wangari Maathai. Baruani has lived in the refugee camp in Tanzania for over nine years. He tries to convert this life experience into positive action, by actively helping fellow refugee children. His radio show is one of the key ways in which he tries to help his peers. The radio show, called ‘Sisi kwa Sisi’ (Children for Children), airs on Radio Kwizera in Tanzania, Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi. In his radio show, Baruani discusses the problems and challenges refugee children face in the camp. For many children it is already a big help to talk to someone and to be able to share the problems they experience. Baruani also leads a children’s parliament in the camp which is an alternative child voicing out tool. Furthermore, through his radio show Baruani contributes to reuniting children with their parents. The children use the radio show to call upon people familiar with them or their family.
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2010 Francia Simon


16-year-old Francia Simon from the Dominican Republic won the International Children’s Peace Prize. The prize was presented by Nobel Peace Laureate Rigoberta Menchú Tum. Francia, who lives in the Dominican Republic, campaigns for the right of children to registration, name and nationality – both for children born in the Dominican Republic as for refugee children from Haiti. It is only after official registration that children can gain access to essential rights such as health care and education. Francia found herself faced with possible exclusion from education. In response, she carried out extensive research and showed great perseverance in pursuing her own registration. She succeeded and gained lasting access to secondary education. Since then, Francia has been using the knowledge and strength she acquired during the complicated registration process to help other children without birth certificates to obtain state recognition. She has already helped over 130 children to receive an official name and nationality. By doing this, Francia increases the children’s own self-esteem and gives them the chance to lead a more secure and fulfilling life.
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2011 Michaela Mycroft


The International Children's Peace Prize 2011 was presented to Michaela Mycroft (17), also called Chaeli, by Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire. Chaeli received the prize for her commitment to the rights of children with disabilities in South Africa through her project: the Chaeli Campaign. Chaeli was born with Cerebral Palsy, through which the function of her arms and legs is limited. But where others see limitations, she sees possibilities; with her positive attitude, she is an inspiration to many. At the age of 9, Chaeli and her friends and sister started a project to raise money for an motorized wheelchair for Chaeli. In just seven weeks they raised more than enough money, so Chaeli decided to help more disabled children. This project has become the Chaeli Campaign, a professional organization that annually helps more than 3000 children with disabilities in South Africa with equipment, physical therapy and which defends the rights and acceptance of disabled children. Chaeli inspires other children to start projects and for that she has developed an ambassadors program.


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Malala


The International Children’s Peace Prize 2013 was presented today to 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai. The champion of the right to education for girls came to the Netherlands especially for this occasion, at the invitation of the Dutch children’s rights organisation KidsRights. Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (2011) Tawakkol Karman had the honor of presenting the prestigious prize on behalf of KidsRights to the young winner, in the presence of over 400 guests and the world press.


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Lifestory Malala


On September 6 2013, the International Children’s Peace Prize was awarded to Malala Yousafzai. The prize was handed to her by Nobel Peace Laureate Tawakkol Karman. Malala won the prize, at the age of 16, because she stands up for every child’s right to an education and especially girls. When Malala was 11 years old, she wrote under a pseudonym, about her passion for learning and the oppression of the Taliban. Hundreds of girls’ schools had already been torched or bombed, and on 15 January 2009, the Taliban declared that girls were no longer allowed to go to school at all. Malala told the world what it felt like to be trapped at home, longing to go to school, but with no school to go to.

By May 2009, life in Swat was just too dangerous, and Malala’s family, like many others, was forced to flee. When government forces retook control of the area three months later, they came back to a city destroyed by violence. The first thing Malala did was to check if her books were still in her room. They were. Those schools which hadn’t been destroyed were now able to reopen, but the danger of militant attacks had not gone away.

Undeterred, Malala picked up her campaign where she had left off. She held a press conference urging the government to restore education for children in the Swat Valley. And in 2010, she became chair of The District Child Assembly of Swat; a child-only forum to protect children’s rights, based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child.


In 2011, Malala was nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize. When she didn’t win, the Pakistani government decided to give her the first ever National Youth Peace Prize.

On 9 October 2012, Malala was sitting in a school bus waiting to go home when it was boarded by Taliban gunmen. They singled out the 15-year old girl, and shot her in the head and neck. The Taliban immediately claimed responsibility, declaring Malala’s campaign to be an “obscenity”.

Malala survived. She was rushed to the UK for treatment, where, with her family by her side, she made a steady recovery. The world was shocked at her story, and support flooded in from political leaders, movie stars and school children. Three million people across the world signed a petition by the UN Special Envoy for Global Education, calling out for girls to be allowed go to school in Pakistan and elsewhere, and for all children everywhere to be able to go to school by 2015. Globally, there are still 32 million girls who cannot go to primary school.

Malala is back at school, not in Pakistan, but in the UK, where she now lives with her family. But she still fights passionately for children’s rights in Pakistan and beyond, and above all, for girl empowerment through education. Malala wants to be a social activist and a political leader.


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The Nobel Peace Prize for 2014

The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that the Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 is to be awarded to Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzay for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education. Children must go to school and not be financially exploited. In the poor countries of the world, 60% of the present population is under 25 years of age. It is a prerequisite for peaceful global development that the rights of children and young people be respected. In conflict-ridden areas in particular, the violation of children leads to the continuation of violence from generation to generation.

Showing great personal courage, Kailash Satyarthi, maintaining Gandhi’s tradition, has headed various forms of protests and demonstrations, all peaceful, focusing on the grave exploitation of children for financial gain. He has also contributed to the development of important international conventions on children’s rights.

Despite her youth, Malala Yousafzay has already fought for several years for the right of girls to education, and has shown by example that children and young people, too, can contribute to improving their own situations. This she has done under the most dangerous circumstances. Through her heroic struggle she has become a leading spokesperson for girls’ rights to education.

The Nobel Committee regards it as an important point for a Hindu and a Muslim, an Indian and a Pakistani, to join in a common struggle for education and against extremism. Many other individuals and institutions in the international community have also contributed. It has been calculated that there are 168 million child labourers around the world today. In 2000 the figure was 78 million higher. The world has come closer to the goal of eliminating child labour.

The struggle against suppression and for the rights of children and adolescents contributes to the realization of the “fraternity between nations” that Alfred Nobel mentions in his will as one of the criteria for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Oslo, 10 October 2014

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Malala Yousafzai's Inspirational Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech
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诺贝尔和平奖授予马拉拉等两人 表彰其为儿童权利抗争


中新网10月10日电 综合报道,据诺贝尔奖官方网站最新消息,诺贝尔和平奖于当地时间10日揭晓,获奖者为印度儿童人权活动家萨蒂亚尔希及巴基斯坦为呼吁女性受教育权利而遭塔利班组织枪击的马拉拉•尤萨夫扎伊。

2009年,不到13岁的马拉拉开始为英国广播公司写博客,以亲身经验批判塔利班武装组织禁止女孩上学的政策以及恐怖活动。

2012年10月9日,马拉拉在校车上遭塔利班分子枪击,头部中弹。在英国接受治疗后,马拉拉恢复良好。

塔利班曾宣称对此事负责,并说如果马拉拉逃过一劫,一定会“再想办法追杀她”。

去年4月,马拉拉登上《时代》杂志封面并被选为全球最有影响力百人;7月,联合国宣布将她的生日定为“马拉拉日”;去年11月,美国总统奥巴马夫妇曾在白宫会见了马拉拉,马拉拉曾是当年诺贝尔和平奖的热门人选。她并于2014年被提名“世界儿童奖”。

  另一名获奖人萨蒂亚尔希则是印度著名的儿童人权活动家,他继承了先贤甘地“非暴力不合作”的精神,多次组织和参与和平示威活动,他的主要目标是抗争严重剥削儿童经济利益的现象,以及呼吁国际社会重视儿童正当权利,为儿童发声。


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