Children across the world have now begun standing for their rights as well as for those of their peers, especially for the last, the unheard child and their mother Earth. This award recognizes the voices and efforts of children in India. THE JUST RIGHT KIDS AWARDS honors children who are proactively working on climate change, inclusion, the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and children-rights with a special emphasis on the most vulnerable children.
The award also honors the memory and work of Thomas Chandy, a child rights advocate and the founder CEO of Save the Children, India. He worked consistently towards ensuring that policies and systems effectively provide opportunities for children to access their rights.


Pro-Activist of the Earth

Activists who advocate for, or work towards, protecting the natural environment and the members of the earth community from the effects of climate change or pollution.

Defender of Child Rights

Children who raise their voices while investing their time and talents for improving their own situation and that of the children in their neighborhoods, schools, state, nation and even the world.

Advocate for the Inclusion of the Last Child

Honoring children who have made significant contributions towards challenging structures that exclude children in marginalized situations while amplifying the voice of these children.

Challenger Braving All Odds

Honoring the determination and perseverance of children who themselves live in challenging situations and have addressed systems and structures that are neglectful or abusive of their peers.

Choice of the People

Based on the number of likes the selected nominee receives on PRATYeK’s Facebook page

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