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March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012. People with Down syndrome have an inherent right to be accepted and included as equal members of the community and so we celebrate not only their rights but their achievements.

Miniland Dolls with Down syndrome, like all Miniland Dolls, are a great way to teach children about diversity and that people present in many different ways but all are worthy of respect. Best of all it teaches them in a language they understand – kidsplay!

Four MoM’s will each win a new Miniland Doll with Down syndrome to join their family.

Have you had a conversation about diversity in your home?

If you would like a Miniland Doll from Axis Toys to help start that conversation – or continue it – then make sure you enter this competition.

The range features an African boy and girl with Down syndrome and a Caucasian boy and girl with Down syndrome.

To find out more about one mum’s experience with Miniland Dolls including these new Miniland Dolls with Down syndrome and how they helped her teach her girls all about respect for diversity, you can read it here.

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Please note this competition is open from 18 March 2021 until 18 April 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

  • To be inclusive and not judge people on race, looks, colour, i want my kids to know that we are all different on the outside but the same on the inside. The inside is whats most important as that is where your heart is.


  • Diversity. That although everyone may look different and some may act different we are all the same inside and we are all people. I love how inclusive the miniland dolls are and how they teach kids about diversity.

  • My 4 children are with autism/adhd. Struggles socially and emotional, open up bullying at school. It makes them feel worthless. I’d love a doll to join our family of 5. I want them to embrace difference and to show how every single unique individual deserves to be cared for.

  • Every person in the world is different, different colours, cifferent looks, but we’re all special in our own way!

  • I work with special needs children. These dolls would show them that they can have a doll that looks like them also. They are awesome, honest, full of fun and beyond amazing. These kids warm my heart daily.

  • I’ am an Education Support i work with special needs children. Growing up my children came to work with me and we’re able to get to know children with special needs. I want my grandchildren to see that we may look different but we are the same, be it a barbie or a Down’s syndrome doll.

  • That kindness & treating everyone the same is of the upmost importance, my daughter just started school & is learning not everyone looks the same, this would be a wonderful doll for her to learn anout people’s diversity

  • To teach my child that we may look different on the outside but are very special in our own way on the inside. Because of this, it is important that we respect and treat everyone as equals in this world – just like how we would like to be treated!

  • I would teach them that no matter what be your self and always look up.

  • I would love to teach my son’s not to judge and person on looks, always get to know a person regardless of their looks, race, age, gender, etc. And to always be kind!

  • I would love to teach both my kids that not everyone is the same and even though some people look or speak different that they are still human and deserve the love and respect of everyone.

  • Acceptance and that we are all unique and different

  • That no matter what color these dolls are on the outside, they are all just the same on the inside.

  • My children are educated to accept everyone and I have slways explained everything to them about others , I wild love these dolls for my children but also be able to take them to my daycare I work at to share them with the children to promote awareness

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