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12.02.2019

KIDS' TIME PARTNERS THE 17TH EDITION OF THE CHILD-FRIENDLY WORLD COMPETITION

The competition is a unique project of the Committee for the Protection of Children’s Rights

KIDS' TIME PARTNERS THE 17TH EDITION OF THE CHILD-FRIENDLY WORLD COMPETITION

Jury proceedings and preparation for the Gala Ceremony which culminates the 17th

Competition edition

"Child-Friendly World" organised by

Children's Rights Protection Committee

The competition is a unique project of the Children's Rights Protection Committee Seventeen years ago there was the original idea to help parents, carers and companies, including: toy distributors and manufacturers and book publishers, The objective was to select the best toys, books, places for children.

 

Media, parents, carers and most of all, companies became interested in the project.  Every year we can announce the next competition edition. We wait for your applications which are then evaluated. this culminates in the meeting with the winners at the gala awarding ceremony.

The seventeenth edition has seen over 300 products from 65 companies.  A huge momentum of the campaign and a grand scale of trust we have won from producers and distributors is thus demonstrated.  Our Chapter’s work allows you to help children, parents and carers and thus offer a better selection of books, toys, and places for children. This year's edition at the turn of May / June promises to be equally interesting. The finals are held in a prestigious  place.

The winners will be invited to participate in this exceptional ceremony - these are awards and honours winning companies, the media, partners and patrons of the edition which thus culminates.

 

WHY IS IMPORTANT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CONTEST?

The competition is the initiative which enjoys the longest history.  This competition is the only of its type organised by the public utility organization. The competition objective is not only to educate, but also to help. The Competition participation is also a real help for children and families in need.  All  financial resources  obtained  from the competition proceeding fees   are used  as direct  help for those in care.  Our competition is devoid of commercial character. - The income from the Competition is intended  to be used for statutory activities.  Thus we can help even more effectively, even better!  

The unique Competition Chapter:

Artur Barciś, Małgorzata Janina Berwid, Dorota Karbowska-Zawadzka, Mirosława Kątna. Magdalena Łazarkiewicz. Justyna Marszałkowska-Jakubik, Dorota Mazurek, Anna Oka, Aleksandra Piotrowska PhD., Magdalena Stachowiak-Alexandrowicz, Katarzyna Stoparczyk, Mieczysław Wasilewski. Dorota Zawadzka, Anna Wakulak.

Honorary Auspices of: 

Jolanta Kwaśniewska, the former First Lady

 

The partners of the XVII edition:

 AKON Marketing Partners • Zabawkator blog • czasdzieci.pl • Świat Zabawek • miastodzieci.pl 
 Fair of Toys and Products for Mother and Child KIDS 'TIME in Kielce • ohme.pl • Polish Association of the Toys and Children's Products Industry • Radio Dla Ciebie • Toy Market trade magazine • The world of toys SMYK • M jak Mama qlturka.pl. • MiniMini + Television • Branża Decided,  Warsaw Book Fair  

Financial support provided by:  Nestle, Sanofi, Barlinek

 

Children's Rights Protection Committee

The Committee for the Protection of Children’s Rights (KOPD) is a non-governmental, public benefit organization.   The Committee has been active since 1981 and its mission is to protect the rights and interests of children and their families in crisis situation.  KOPD pursues its mission through the Intervention Centre based in Warsaw and in its 22 branch-offices located in other Polish cities. The Children's Rights Protection Committee is an NGO which offers psychological, educational, diagnostic, psychotherapeutic counselling and legal mediation. The Committee ties to find the most appropriate forms of the child and family assistance.

For more information on the KOPD activities go to  www.kopd.pl website .

m.stachowiak@kopd.pl


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