Young people around the world are supporting one of the most audacious attempts to bring awareness to the plight of disadvantaged children globally, while we define our own future. Students from many countries have blazed a path into the 3rd Millennium, declaring “The Children’s Manifesto”; carrying the legacy of the children of the last millennium into the future.
Hundreds more students, those of La Salle College, Greenhills in the Philippines then offered their support, recording “The Children’s Manifesto” in English and Tagalog, as the legacy was sent onwards to Peru and Brazil for the recording in Spanish and Portuguese.
Apart from being recorded in the country of origin of the respective language, the multiple-language recordings represent Australia’s multicultural community and the voices of Australia’s youth. With the voice of Indigenous youth to be added, “The Children’s Manifesto” will reverberate from Uluru and Sydney Cove to countries around the world and help to shape the future of this new Millennium. It has been translated and recorded (or being recorded) in 10 languages with more to come.
Go to our Productions and Recordings page to listen to The Children’s Manifesto