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Protecting Children’s Safety and Emotional Well-being Through Play
Read the PLAY Program Year In Review!
Help Children Recover from the Pakistan Floods
Pakistan is in crisis from the destruction caused by historic flooding. Millions of children have lost their homes, and the lingering floodwaters are threatening outbreaks of waterborne diseases. We are responding by providing mental and emotional support and distributing hygiene kits in flood-affected areas. As conditions stabilize, we will help open the doors of damaged schools so children can safely return and pursue their education.
Youth Making Change
With the right support, children and youth are able to speak up, motivate their peers, and lead change in their communities. Meet some of the inspiring youth who are at the forefront of that change, thanks to their incredible leadership.
2021 Annual Report
In our 2021 Annual Report, you'll meet children and youth who overcame incredible obstacles to claim their right to education, heal from psychological trauma, and empower their peers, and you’ll meet the teachers and coaches who supported them. Our Annual Report spotlights programs and innovations that are using play to improve child protection, quality education, girls’ empowerment and health and well-being in 15 countries around the globe.
Right To Play Raises Over $3M to Help Children Rise Above Adversity at the 2022 Heroes Gala!
On Wednesday, June 22 Right To Play gathered with supporters for its 7th annual Heroes Gala - a fundraising event hosting Toronto's business and sports communities for a night of philanthropy and fun. Thanks to our incredible supporters, this year’s Heroes Gala raised more than $3 million in critical funds to help children triumph over adversity, using the power of play!
How Youth Are Using Music to Promote Social Change in Lebanon
Every week, these refugee children know they’ll have a safe space where they are able to gather, talk about the challenges they face, find support from their peers, and express their emotions through music – at a Music for Social Change session, organized by Right To Play and led by the children themselves.
Celebrating National Indigenous History Month
June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada. This is a time for people in Canada to come together and celebrate First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples in Canada; a time to reflect on, listen and learn from the diverse experiences and knowledge of Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island.
Promouvoir les droits sexuels et génésiques des jeunes
Right To Play, le FAWE, FHI 360 et WaterAid lancent le projet SHARE afin de promouvoir les droits sexuels et génésiques des jeunes.
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