Empowering children around the world
About Kids Nation magazine

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Kids Nation magazine: Empowering children around the world.

What are we facing?

Each day about 160,000 students miss school because of bullying or because of their fear of being bullied.

According to a recent report by UNICEF, 1 in 10 girls worldwide have been forced into a sexual act, and 6 in 10 children ages 2 to 14 are regularly beaten by parents and caregivers.

The average 2-year-old child hears 432 negative statements per day, but only 32 positive statements each day, according to a research study at the University of Iowa.

Rise in hospital admissions for young people with eating disorders. Most of the 2,560 who went to hospital as inpatients were very young – 15 was most common age, and some were under five.

In the US alone, more than 24 million children live in a home without the physical presence of a father. Millions more have dads who are physically present, but emotionally absent.

We’ve been asking this question: “What if we could do something about it?” In fact, there’s a lot we can do! … starting with our own family and community.

Kids Nation magazine was born out of a dream to empower future generations around the world.

We want to see future generations who know that their value is not based on their appearance, race or background, but by characters they possess.

We dream of future generations who can stand up for what’s right and be a voice for those who do not have one.
… Future generations who are wise and live with purpose.

A little bit about Kids Nation magazine

The world’s first free digital magazine, dedicated to empowering global kids

Our target readers are 5-12 year olds and their parents

We feature contributors from around the world, who share the same vision and values as us

Kids Nation magazine has reached global readership across 143 countries in 6 continents (as of April 5, 2017).

Published bi-monthly by MOS Design Creative

Statistics source: No Bullying | The Age | She Knows | The Guardian | National Center for Fathering

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