Kidlink.org – A Place For Kids And Youth
Kidlink is a non-commercial, user-owned organization that helps children understand their possibilities, set goals for life, and develop life-skills. Its free educational programs motivate learning by helping teachers relate local curriculum guidelines to students’ personal interests and goals.
It is open for all children and youth in any country through the age of 15, and students at school through secondary school. The Kidlink knowledge network is run by 500 volunteers in over 50 countries. Hundreds of public and private virtual rooms are used for discussion and collaboration. This website’s information is available in more than 30 languages. It offers a program called Who-Am-I? that aims to guide children to knowledge about themselves, their place, rights, friends, family, and roots. It also supports children in the act of growing up and living, without imposing adult views, religious or political points of view on them. What is more, this program help children get friends, build social networks, and cooperate with peers around the world. To learn more about this organization and its programs just visit the website.