ABN AMRO continues to support International Children's Peace Prize

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ABN AMRO en winnaars Kindervredeprijs

The International Children's Peace Prize is awarded annually to an exceptional child, anywhere in the world, whose remarkable actions have made a difference in improving children's rights. ABN AMRO has helped make this award possible since 2006. Thanks in part to ABN AMRO's support, these special young people receive recognition and an international platform, which helps them continue their work. Launched in 2005 by KidsRights, the International Children's Peace Prize is awarded each year by a Nobel Peace Prize winner.

ABN AMRO recently decided to continue to support KidsRights in the coming years. Kees van Dijkhuizen, CEO of ABN AMRO, announced this last Wednesday at a festive dinner in De Nieuwe Kerk, which is currently hosting a joint exhibition on the International Peace Prize and World Press Photo.

"For more than ten years, we have been proud to partner with KidsRights and to be associated with the Children's Peace Prize. This is a great way for us to show our commitment to human rights, and we are pleased to extend our partnership," said Kees van Dijkhuizen.

Marc Dullaert, Chairman and Founder of the KidsRights Foundation, added, "The message of the International Children's Peace Prize and its winners reaches millions of people worldwide every year. We are grateful to ABN AMRO for helping us from the outset to make this great and positive impact, and for its continued support in the future."


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