CONTEST: My child rights!

Thank you to everyone who entered our
child rights t-shirt logo contest.

Congratulations to our winners!

Here are some of the other wonderful entries we received.



Every year on November 20, National Child Day is celebrated in recognition of Canada’s agreement to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Child rights are things all young people should have, like access to safe drinking water and nutritious food, or things they should be able to do, like go to school and receive instruction in their own language.

Access to these things help children, youth, and their families make good choices for their lives, helping them grow and develop into capable and responsible citizens who support themselves, their family, and their community.


In celebration of National Child Day on November 20, we want to see what child rights in Nunavut means to you.

Your logo could be on our t-shirt!

WIN fishing or camping gear valued up to $500


Need some inspiration? Child rights resources can be found here.


Contest rules:

  1. Create a logo that shows what child rights in Nunavut mean to you. All of the child rights are listed in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
  2. Representative for Children and Youth’s Office staff will choose three winners based on creativity and accuracy in how well the logo reflects child rights in Nunavut.
  3. One winning logo will be printed on a t-shirt that will be distributed across the territory.
  4. Three winners will each receive fishing gear or camping gear valued up to $500 and an assortment of RCYO swag including the new t-shirt!
  5. Deadline for logo submissions is November 16, 2021, at 5 pm MST.
  6. All entries should be submitted to the Representative for Children and Youth’s Office at or through our facebook page (@NunavutRepresentativeforChildrenandYouth).
  7. Along with your logo, please include your name, age, community, phone number, email address, and mailing address. If submitting your logo through facebook, please direct message @NunavutRepresentativeforChildrenandYouth with the personal information listed above.
  8. Winners will be notified by phone or email on November 18. Winners will be publically announced on November 22, 2021, on the Representative for Children and Youth’s website and facebook, and in the Nunavut News and the Kivalliq News.


  • This contest is only open to Nunavut residents 19 years of age and younger.
  • The Representative for Children and Youth’s Office is not liable for missed entries due to Facebook privacy restrictions.
  • The winning logo may be altered for printing on a t-shirt.
  • The Representative for Children and Youth’s Office reserves the right to use all logos, names, ages, and community of residence submitted with entries in print and online in the promotion of its work, and in NNSL Media print and online publication.