a conference and a day for schools climates around the world.

For the past 4 years, Campus Watch has organized global conferences at the United Nations to alert member states to the need to create healthy, positive school climates. 

This year, Campus Watch wants to go one step further, by proposing the adoption of a complementary optional protocol to the International Convention on the Rights of the Child.

october 16

opening of registrations

On this day, you can register to take part in the two-day global conference at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.

november 27 · 28

world conferences

Two days with a rich program, including a ceremony in tribute to children, debates around 6 major themes and the adoption of a citizen protocol to the international convention on the rights of the child.

april 18

world day

4 years to the day after the first conference organized at the United Nations with children in attendance, we want to create a global day for healthy, positive school climates.

yes, the word school does not appear in the international convention on the rights of the child.

The international convention on the rights of the child is revolutionary in that it secures fundamental rights such as access to education, but it does not set conventional standards for the places where these rights apply.


we hope to remedy this with the 24 objectives for healthy and positive school climates, imagined by children.