“To promote and celebrate children’s rights on the Universal Children’s Day, and continuously build up a living-friendly environment for children in the world through dialogue and actions.”
It’s also the date of the signing of the Declaration on the Rights of the Child (1959). In part, this Declaration was a response to the atrocities of WWII, and the growing recognition that children require special protection.
To celebrate, the 2018 Universal Children’s Day we’re holding POP-UP Festivals in 150+ countries this November (like we have done for 3 years now)— where children and their adults will learn about emotions, wellbeing, and children’s rights.
What’s a POP-UP FESTIVAL?
POP-UP Festival celebrates the UN’s Universal Children’s Day. Around the world, UN Children’s Day is celebrated on November 20th each year to commemorate the day the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. It is the most widely ratified international human rights treaty, setting out a number of children’s rights including the right to life, to health, to education and to play, as well as the right to family life, to be protected from violence, to not be discriminated, and to have their views heard.
The UN celebrates Children’s Day each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide and improving children’s welfare.
POP-UP Festival is a family-friendly celebration that increases awareness of the essential role that emotional intelligence plays in our children’s well-being, in our relationships with them; and in turn, in their capacity to make a positive difference in the world.
POP-UP Festival is a collection of fun educational activities to learn about emotions during November 2018.
POP-UP Festival is a DIY festival kit you print out and create stations for a group of children, adults, or both together. POP-UP Festivals can be held at home, in a classroom or church, at an office lobby, a children’s museum, in the park, anywhere children and the people who love them live, work & play.
Participants Expected at the Children’s Day POP-UP Festival;
POP-UP Festival stations have been created for a wide range of ages. There are stations that will work well for children under 5-year-olds, 5-12, 13-18, and adults.
This age-group information is listed at the top of the host instructions for each activity station. Because you are creating a festival that’s just for your audience, you can choose the stations that work best.
For young children who are not reading yet, you’ll need to adapt to have older children or adults who can help.
Several of the activities are ideal for teens for their own learning. Others are too “childish” for teens. So, you’ll need to select the activities tagged for teens. In addition, a wonderful role for teen participants is to ask them to be the hosts of the festival for parents + younger children. It’s helpful to have someone at each station who knows the game/exercise and can explain it… especially for people who don’t read yet.
The POP-UP Festival will be extra-fun for adults+children together, but it’s meaningful and interesting for adults only. They’ll learn more about their own emotions & wellbeing… and about how to support and communicate with children.
Adults could be parents, teachers, counselors, doctors & nurses, police officers, youth group facilitators…etc — basically anyone who has some interest in the future generation.
To be a Sponsor/Partner
Over the last 2 years we have organized Pop-Up-Festival and over the last one year, we have trained 500 teachers in 30 schools on Social and Emotional Learning for FREE.
We know that when the teachers and educators are well grounded in Social and Emotional Learning, our children will be well taught and better built and thus have a better chance to become people of character. Teaching is a Relational and Emotional Activity
In order to reach more educators and teachers and children cum parents on Emotions, Wellbeing and Children’s right, we are requesting for sponsorship for the Emotional Intelligence UN Universal Children’s Day POP-UP Festival for Emotions, Wellbeing and Children’s right as we join our counterparts around the world to educate the heart of our children.
As a Sponsor, your brand will be exposed to about 300 delegates and
The Emotional Intelligence UN Universal Children’s Day POP-UP Festival In Celebration of The United Nation Universal Children’s Day will attract government delegates, schools, parents and children.
As a Sponsor, you will be able to exploit widespread media interest through the promotion of the Emotional Intelligence UN Universal Children’s Day POP-UP Festival in relevant publications.
Other sponsorship benefits include can be found in the next slide
Media mention as a sponsor of the festival in all communications e.g. social media adverts, email blast etc.
Prominent display of brand at the event venue
Podium Speaking opportunity
Merchandising/Exhibition Stand at the venue
Name and logo placement in all document and website
Acknowledgment of support by the convener
Opportunity to speak to teachers, educators, parents, and children about Your Product and Services Support for Children, Education, and their Rights
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Other Benefits for attendees
There would be competitions with gifts to be won & freebies from our sponsors PLUS the first 40 children to step into the venue gets a free face painting.
Each School has been allocated 10 FREE slots at the festival which includes students & their teachers.
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