SPREAD KINDNESS FOR A BETTER MALAYSIA

Treating people with kindness makes our world a nicer place to live in, whether it’s at home, at school, or out in our community. Which is why we’re inviting children, teachers and parents across Malaysia to come together for World Children’s Day to spread kindness to create a happier Malaysia.

BE A HERO WITHOUT A CAPE

You can be the change for every child. Here are three ways for you to get involved to end bullying.

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1

Sign your school up and join the #Kidstakeover Kindness Movement for World Children’s Day.

2

Create your very own comic superhero to make schools safe and stand a chance to develop your own comic!

3

Share your ideas to end bullying and be a part of the global Youth Manifesto to make schools safe.

WHY BULLYING?

  • The Ministry of Education Malaysia recorded 14,000 cases of bullying in schools between 2012 and 2015.
  • The Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation says 84% of children have been bullied!
  • UNICEF’s global World Children’s Day 2017 Survey revealed that 7 out 10 children in Malaysia worry a lot about bullying, compared to only 3 out of 10 in Japan or in the UK.

#KIDSTAKEOVER SCHOOLS TOOLKITS

Download our toolkits and get inspired for the World Children’s Day Kindness Movement!

WORLD CHILDREN’S DAY – STUDENTS KIT

WCD Kindness - Student Kit Cover - english-1

English

WCD Kindness - Student Kit Cover - Malay-1

Malay(Coming Soon)

WORLD CHILDREN’S DAY – TEACHERS KIT

WCD Kindness - Teachers Kit Cover - English-1

English

WCD Kindness - Teachers Kit Cover - Malay-1

Malay(Coming Soon)

WORLD’S LARGEST LESSON – SAFE TO LEARN ACTIVITY PACKS

1. WLL Safe to Learn
2. WLL Comic Contest
3. WLL World Children's Day

WORLD CHILDREN’S DAY

World Children’s Day on 20 November is a very special day, dedicated to celebrating all children
and your right to a safe, happy and healthy childhood. This special day also serves as a call to action for children, by children – demanding a better future for every child.

Learn about your rights!

A JOINT INITIATIVE BY:

ministry
women
uni