"Our hearts are with
World Childhood Foundation."
Söderberg Charity for World Childhood Foundation
The stones in the heart will have a different color every year. Each color representing one article in the UN convention of the right of a child. This year a diamond represents article 12.
Dark blue: Article 2
All rights must be granted to each child without discrimination of any kind.
Light blue: Article 3
In all actions concerning children, the best interest of the child shall be a primary consideration.
Purple: Article 6
Every child has the right to life and development.
White: Article 12
Every child has the right to express his or her opinion in all matters affecting the child and to have this taken into consideration.
Yellow: Article 19
Every child has the right to be protected from all forms of violence and abuse
Orange: Article 20
A child who cannot live with his or her family has the right to alternative care.
Green: Article 31
Every child has the right to rest, leisure and play.
Beige: Article 34
Every child has the right to protection from all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse.
Pink: Article 35
Traffic in children for any purpose or in any form must be prevented.
Red: Article 39
A child victim of neglect,
exploitation and abuse has the right to recovery and social reintegration.
When you buy a piece of jewellery the entire profit goes to the World Childhood Foundation.
Thank You for your support!
The jewellery is produced in Sweden in 18 carat gold.
The jewellery is handmade by Martin Johanssons jewellery company in Gothenburg.
Martin Johansson is the oldest goldsmith company in Gothenburg and was founded in 1894. Today it is owned by goldsmith Peter Magnusson, who acquired the business, together with his father, more than 30 years ago.
The store and the atelje is located on Kungsports Avenyn in the very heart of Gothenburg.