NGO for education - The virtual Globe - Enfants du Monde NGO for education - The virtual Globe - Enfants du Monde

The Virtual globe

The children of the world express their rights creatively

The Virtual Globe is made up of over 5,000 photos, videos and texts produced by students who took part in the Un Monde plus Juste project, highlighting one of the children’s rights of their choice. The right to education, to health, to participation, the right to play, to live with one’s family… these are all fundamental rights that are important to these children, who speak out creatively through their testimonials.

How does it work?
  • Explore the children’s achievements either by navigating the globe with the mouse or by using the search bar.
  • Click on one of the 5’000 miniature photos on the globe to discover a children’s right defended by one of the many students who took part in the project.
  • Download and print out the students’ creations in order to display them in the classroom or at home.


Find out what children from Guatemala, Burkina Faso, Benin, Switzerland and elsewhere have to say about their rights!


Explore the virtual globe 

An exhange platform for teachers and students

The Virtual Globe is an important working tool for teachers and students involved in Enfants du Monde programs. It’s the medium that enables students to share their testimonials and discoveries outside the classroom with the audience of their choice: children and classes from other cities, regions or even countries, adults within their school, their parents or friends, authorities interested in hearing their point of view on the implementation and respect of their rights.

Participate in the project

Are you a teacher interested in receiving more information and/or getting your class involved in the next edition of the Un Monde plus Juste (A Fairer World) program? Contact our team by email at

My donation makes a difference

For example :

With 100 francs:

I am helping to develop high-quality teaching material on children’s rights for Swiss schoolchildren.