The International Children’s Peace Prize is awarded annually to a child who has made a significant contribution to advocating children’s rights and improving the situation of vulnerable children such as orphans, child labourers and children with HIV/AIDS.
The prize is an initiative of Marc Dullaert, founder of the KidsRights Foundation, an international children’s aid and advocacy organisation based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
|Year||Recipient||Country of Origin|
|2005||Nkosi Johnson||South Africa|
|2006||Om Prakash Gurjar||India|
|2008||Mayra Avellar Neves||Brazil|
|2010||Francia Simon||Dominican Republic|
|2011||Michaela Mycroft||South Africa|
|2014||Neha Gupta||United States|
|2016||Kehkashan Basu||United Arab Emirates|
|2017||Mohamad Al Jounde||Syria|
|2018||March for Our Lives||United States|