Cherry (16), Myanmar
We advocate for lasting change. We believe in the power of a person’s voice and it's ability to do the impossible, to battle inequality and call for justice. We relentlessly advocate for an end to violence against children and ensure the voices of the world’s most vulnerable children are heard loud and clear.
As we work alongside communities to build a better world for children, our advocacy challenges the policies, systems, structures, practices and attitudes that make it difficult for vulnerable children and their families to experience life in all its fullness.
By addressing the systemic contributors to and causes of poverty, World Vision’s advocacy work ensures that community transformation is sustainable and scalable. World Vision advocates at the local, national, regional and global levels, informed by our experience working with communities.
Karan (12), India
Today, more people are living in slavery than ever before.
Slavery is happening right now, in our corner of the world, in our supply chains. Two-thirds of all people living in slavery are in the Asia-Pacific region, where the things we use every day are made. Slavery shouldn't exist in a modern society.
It's time to make slavery in our products history. Unlike many other countries, New Zealand has no accountability for companies creating the things we use and eat every day.
Together with you, we're standing against slavery in New Zealand supply chains. We're taking action to get a Modern Slavery Act passed in New Zealand.