Princess Madeleine and Queen Silvia visited Ersta Child Rights Bureau on September 2 in Sweden. They met four young people about their experiences with the Child Rights Office and how they helped the young people and supported them in contacting the authorities. Child Rights Office is involved in ensuring children’s rights are not violated and offers children and young people support and advise.
Some more about the agency (this text was originally in Swedish, translated via Google, so apologies for errors and weird grammar):
“In accordance with the CRC wants Child Rights Agency strengthen individual child’s ability to understand their rights and make their voices heard… We inform children about their rights, provide legal advice and help to understand the legal processes and documents, such as asylum investigations or decisions by the social services. Child Rights Agency’s role is to work with the child to explore their situation and concerns and together formulate a mission that gives the child to Children’s Rights Office.”
Child Rights Office was founded in 2011 and has the support of the World Childhood Foundation. Queen Silvia founded World Childhood Foundation and Madeleine works for Childhood USA in New York.
On a completely superficial basis, I think Maddie looks great and professional.