The 100 Million campaign is five years old. Read more about the achievements of our global movement of youth activists and youth-led organisations.
How rich does the world need to be before governments end the scandal of child labour? Youth leaders and activists demand an end to the historic discrimination which has perpetuated child exploitation and call for a more inclusive and sustainable world.
Get involved in the global fund for education in emergencies, Education Cannot Wait by joining the subgroup now.
We are committed to fighting for the rights of all children to be free, safe and educated, especially now when the most marginalised are likely to suffer the most. Find out how you can keep fighting for justice for every child.
The 100 Million campaign is a call to action for a world where all young people are free, safe and educated. We support young people to mobilise to end violence against children, eradicate child labour, and ensure education, breaking the cycles of illiteracy, poverty and violence for good.
No child should be born into, or flee from, danger; no child should be born to work; and no child should be denied their right to education and the opportunity to fulfil their dreams. But 258 million children still do not have access to quality leducation. 152 million children wake up for a day of hard labour, with many in hazardous conditions. 142 million children live in areas with high intensity conflicts they had no part in creating. These are not standalone injustices - they are interlinked. Our solutions to end them should be too.Read more
The 100 Million campaign brings together young activists to effect change for the world’s most marginalised children. Working with representative youth organisations, teachers’ union, NGOs on every continent, we provide resources and support to inspire young people to form local campaign groups to effect change in their own communities. Campaigns have started in 35 countries, on every continent, and their already starting to see the impact of their work.Read more