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  UN Summit for Children
What has been happening in New York?
Three best ways to change the world
Will world leaders listen to kids?
What is a Special Session?
Why a Special Session on children?
What did kids vote on?

 
Nelson Mandela at the summit
Nelson Mandela at the summit
Will world leaders listen to kids?
The summit results were also presented by Nelson Mandela who is respected across the world for his struggle against apartheid.

He told world leaders how kids voted, he also presented a petition signed by 94 million people in 193 countries.

The "Say Yes for Children" campaign collected the signatures. They are from people of all ages who want action taken to improve childrens' lives.


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