Who we are
DCI-Canada is the Canadian section of a global movement promoting and protecting the rights of children and youth. Its core activity is to provide education about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) and to work toward full implementation of the UNCRC in Canada and across the world.
Our vision is that children, as human beings, are able to pursue a life in which they can enjoy their human rights with dignity, in a just and responsible society.
Lowery Lecture on Children's Rights
Every year, DCI - Canada hosts a lecture in honour of Grant Lowery. The purpose of this lecture is to share Grant’s passionate advocacy for young people through the experiences and insights of Canada’s most accomplished advocates for children’s rights.
Les Horne Rights in Action Award
Presented by DCI-Canada, the award funds youth who have project proposals that will further the rights of children as outlined in one or more of the articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.