Colour / Material: Rhodium-plated silver with 10 precious gemstones
Stone width: 1 cm
Length: 8 cm
Packaging: Your Childhood earrings come in a pink velvet pouch along with a card about each gemstone's message.
Care advice: Place your jewellery in your Childhood pouch to protect the bracelet and stones after use.
Your Childhood jewellery comes in a pink velvet pouch with Sophie by Sophie on one side and Childhood on the other.
The Childhood earrings consist of 10 gems that symbolize 10 different sections of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. For each sold pair of Childhood earrings, 10% of the prize is donated to the World Childhood Foundation. The earrings are available in gold-plated and rhodium-plated silver and are today included in the Childhood collection.
10% of the prize is donated to the World Childhood Foundation.
White agate - Every child has the right to be protected against physical or mental violence, abuse, neglect or exploitation by parents or others who take care of the child.
Cherry chalcedony - No one can buy or sell a child. The state will fight child trafficking.
Rose Quartz - Every child has the right to be protected from sexual abuse and against being exploited in prostitution and pornography.
Blue chalcedony - All children have the right to life, survival and development.
Lapiz lazuli - The best interests of the child should come to the forefront in all decisions concerning children.
Green agate - All children have the right to life, survival and development.
Carneol - Every child has the right to education. Elementary school should be free.
Red agate - A child who has been subjected to abuse or exploitation has the right to rehabilitation and social rehabilitation.
Yellow agate - Every child is entitled to social security, and help if the parents, for example, have little money.
Amethyst - Every child has the right to freedom of speech, to think, think and express their opinions.
Sophie Gyllenhammar Mattsson, founder of Sophie by Sophie, early in her career was taken by the important work of the World Childhood Foundation and therefore made contact with the organization. The World Childhood Foundation was founded in 1999 by Her Royal Majesty Queen Silvia in Sweden and is a child rights organization working to prevent violence and sexual abuse against children worldwide. One in five children in Sweden is subjected to sexual abuse during their childhood. Childhood wants to break that silence, for violence and abuse of children can be prevented. Childhood's vision is that no child should end up in violent and risky environments without everyone having a safe and loving childhood, free from violence and sexual abuse.