WHAT IF WE MADE A DOCUMENTARY FOR CHILDREN'S RIGHTS?
In an innovating multi-stakeholder momentum, citizens, local governments, civil society and the private sector support the production of a 52 ' documentary film useful to humanity.
"Best decentralized cooperation partnership" according to a jury of specialists from the European Union and the United Nations, the birth registration partnership led by Roeselare (Belgium) and Dogbo (Benin) has been praised for its impact and a strong replicability, offering a general interest example to the world.
The film production crowdfunding campaign contributed to targeted actions for children's rights with 5% of the contributions financing some UNICEF solidarity store products, mainly Health & Education "Happy Boxes".
The Ghost Children Fight is a non-profit production that aims to broadcast the film online for free.
A USEFUL PROJECT FOR THE WORLD
A first success
A first campaign reached success
with a 144% target achieved
On September 2020,
147 citizens and organizations from 5 countries joined the fight.
500 vaccines, 1000 pencils,
50 exercise books
23 500 €
A MULTI-ACTOR PARTNERSHIP
CITIZENSHIP AND OPENESS TO THE WORLD QUESTIONS
The documentary is a unique communication tool to raise awareness of the widest audience on human rights, the right to identity, international solidarity, local development, decentralized cooperation and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The film opens a useful collective conversation on substantive issues. How to eradicate the ghost children problem? What are the reasons for an endemic birth non-registration? What are the best tools to deal with the phenomenon and how to articulate them? What is the role of communities for civil status?
17 COMMON GOALS
TO REACH BY 2030
TO FACE GLOBAL CHALLENGES
"Ensuring a legal identity for all, including birth registration" is one of the Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations, for which local authorities have an important role to play.