Not yet eighteen, they have already accomplished a lot and inspire others with their stories. For example, sixteen-year-old Susanna from Mlník has been helping the local shelter for a long time and fighting in the town hall for a new building for the shelter. Or 14-year-old Finca from Ostrava – he wants to be a paramedic, actively plays sports and drives dozens of young children in his neighborhood to exercise. It is also worth noting Matug from Chebsk, who at the age of under seventeen can free a person from an avalanche and is engaged in volunteering for Ukrainian refugees.
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Children’s Jury in the Czech Republic.
| Photo: Alice Foltnik
Now these three mentioned young people have one thing in common – they were nominated in the child survey of the Czech Republic, organized by the Czech branch of UNICEF. “Many talented children from across the country have already been nominated to take part in the survey. They are dedicated to protecting animal and human rights, helping the elderly and saving lives. But I think there are a lot of them in our country. So we would be glad if schools, municipalities and individuals helped us find and appreciate them. ,” says UNICEF Director of Public Relations Pavla Gompa, adding that registration for the Czech Republic Child Survey lasts until October 31, on the survey’s website.
I am looking for a child from the Czech Republic. The poll jury includes Kofi, Svancharova, Elias and Magyar
The purpose of the project is to recognize Czech children who have been involved in meaningful activities for a long time and to inspire their surroundings to do so, whether they are children or other adults. The activities of children who have participated in the Czech Child Project will be evaluated by a qualified jury consisting of, for example, the Rector of Charles Milena Kralichkova, the President of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Eva Zazimalova, the School Ombudsman Ladislav Herzal or youtuber and influencer coffe. The ceremony to announce the poll winners will be held at Charles University’s National Auditorium on International Children’s Day, which falls on November 20.
“Many parents in the Czech Republic are very humble. They feel their child is doing what ‘everyone should do.’ But we want these children to be known, publicly recognized for their activities, and inspire others – we simply want to say it makes sense to work On yourself, and it makes sense to do something for others, ”emphasizes Pavla Gompa.
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