COVID Creativity: Global Drawing Contest with Giggles

COVID Creativity: Global Drawing
Contest with Giggles

Are you creating virtual baking playdates with friends? Going for nature walks with your family? Or maybe an on-line bingo night? We want to hear your ideas!

Giggles, a friend of the International Institute for Child Rights and Development, has started a global drawing contest for children ages (4-12). to learn more about how kids are getting creative to practice their rights.

Here is a special video message for children from Giggles in EnglishSpanish and French. Please send children’s drawings by May 12th to Small prizes will be randomly drawn by Giggles on May 13th.

Some drawings may be featured in a fun activity book to inspire other kids around the world about how to practice their rights during this health pandemic. Children’s drawings from Canada might also be featured in a research journal so teachers can learn more about your ideas. This will be coordinated through our partner organization, the Landon Pearson Resource for the Study of Childhood and Children’s Rights. If the drawings are selected, additional child and parental permissions will be sought before publishing.

For more information about the contest, check out our news story. You can also contact Elaina Mack (

Thank you!