10% of the price is donated to the World Childhood Foundation.
Colour / Material: Gold plated silverLength: 90 cmSymbol size: 1 cm Care: Store your jewellery in our pouch10% of the price is donated to the World Childhood Foundation.Each stone represent a paragraph of the United Nations’ children’s rights convention. White Agate - Every child shall be protected from all forms of physical or mental violence, injury, abuse or exploitation. Cherry chalcedony - States shall take all appropriate national, bilateral and multilateral measures to prevent the abducation of, the sale of or traffic in children for any purpose or in any form. Rose Quartz - Every child shall have the right to protection from all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse. Amethyst - Every child shall have the rigth to freedom of expression. Blue chalcedon - Every child has the inherent right to life. Lapiz lazuli - In all actions concerning children, the best interest of the child shall be of primary consideration. Green Agate - Every child shall have the right to rest and leisure and to engage in play and recreational activities.Carnelian - Every child shall have the right to education. Red Agate - Every child victim shall have the right to physical, psychological and social rehabilitation, reintegration and recovery in cases of neglect, exploitation, abuse or inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Yellow agate - Every child shall have the right to benefit from social security and safety.The StoryFrom the very beginning of her career, Sophie Gyllenhammar Mattsson knew that she wanted to initiate a charity collaboration and so she contacted the World Childhood Foundation. The World Childhood Foundation was founded in 1999 by Her Royal Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden. The goal of Childhood is that no child should be exposed to a violent or damaging environment, but instead have the opportunity to grow up with memories of a safe and loving childhood. The Childhood collection consists of the original Childhood Bracelet, the Childhood Necklace and the Childhood Earrings. A note describing the meaning of the precious stones is provided with the necklace.