The #LongestGoal for uprooted children
The love of football goes beyond borders. The rights of migrant and refugee children should too.
Why take the challenge?
Millions of children are on the move. Some are driven from their homes by conflict or disaster. Others are migrating in the hope of finding a better life.
A child uprooted may be called a refugee, an internally displaced person or a migrant. But first and foremost, a child is a child, no matter where they come from. The world must stand up for these children.
For the 2018 World Cup, join refugee and migrant children as they celebrate their love of football by taking the #LongestGoal challenge. Your GOAL could be broadcast during the World Cup on billboards around the world.
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Can you beat the #LongestGoal?
Join in to show your support for migrant and refugee children! Share your GOAL for a chance to win prizes signed by Sergio Ramos.
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Time to beat: 43 seconds
More on migrant and refugee children
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Statement on the situation of migrant children and families in the U.S.
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