Six to 14 year-old children will be voters by 2030/ They will judge whether the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) worked, or not. The SDGs are actually promises made by grown ups, so all children need to know and understand what they mean for their future.
We started the 17 Promises section in the newspaper to bring the SDGs to life for children together with children’s authors, illustrators, designers, teachers, subject experts, partners and children themselves.
17 Promises has three parts, and will last until 2030.
- Let’s LEARN We introduce the SDGs to children
- Let’s WATCH We cover the progress of the SDGs
- Let’s SEE We reflect on the impact of the SDGs on a generation.
How far can it go?
One copy in a classroom is seen by up to 30 people. 50 copies in a school reach up to 500 children and up to 1,200 adults. Imagine what 20,000 copies can do!
We give the newspaper to children through schools, libraries, doctors’ surgeries, hospitals and other community outlets in any country. Our unique approach makes it possible for exponential growth from the neighbourhood to the global community.
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