Calling all children and young people!

Share your thoughts on “The Europe you Want” with the European Parliament

Rebekka Opfermann
22 students from the University of Dushanbe together with a few members of local Youth Associations participated to a UNICEF Photography Workshop.
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14 August 2018

Not only are children and young people Europe’s future - they are one of the region’s greatest assets. But too often their voices go unheard or they are excluded from decisions that affect their lives.

As leaders debate the future of Europe, we want to share children and young people’s views with decision makers at the European Parliament.

If you are a young person, under the age of 18, please take, “The Europe Kids Want,” survey* and share your thoughts and opinions on a range of issues related to family-life, school and society.

The survey is open to young people living everywhere and is currently available in 28 languages.

It takes about 7 minutes to complete, and no personal data is gathered. The survey closes on 1 October, 2018.

The Europe Kids Want” survey results will be discussed at the European Parliament on 21 November, 2018.

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More information

In November 2017, European Parliament President Antonio Tajani committed to host an event in the plenary of the European Parliament on a yearly basis to take stock of the work being done by the Parliament to protect children’s rights.

You can see Mr. Tajani's  promise in his video message below.

 

On 21 November 2018, the European Parliament President will host the first ever plenary session attended by children and young people. The results of “The Europe Kids Want” survey will form the basis of discussions at the event.

Questions?

If you have questions, or want to learn more, please contact Rebekka Opfermann at the UNICEF office in Brussels.
And follow #EuropeKidsWant on Twitter.

 

*The survey has been developed in cooperation with children’s rights experts and focus groups of children and young people.