Young people in the Philippines invited to make their voices heard in nationwide U-Report poll, ahead of Summit of the Future

13 June 2024
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MANILA, 13 June 2024 – Young people between 13 and 24 years old in the Philippines are invited to join the latest U-Report poll on what they think about their prospects for the future. They can click in this link: http://m.me/UReportPhilippines?text=KINABUKASAN, or search U-Report Philippines on Facebook Messenger and enter the word “Kinabukasan” to complete the poll.

The poll results will be part of the Philippine government’s contribution to the Summit of the Future, a September high-level UN event in New York that brings world leaders together to agree on how to deliver a better present and safeguard the future. 

U-Report is a digital community, powered by UNICEF, for young people, by young people, where they can raise their voices and share opinions on topics that matter to them. It empowers youth to find out about issues that affect them and take action.

The poll runs from 13 June to 14 July 2024 and is promoted by all UN agencies working with young people in the Philippines. 

The U-Report platform is live across more than 90 countries. It was launched in the Philippines in 2019 supported by UNICEF. Using real-time insights and solutions, U-Report shapes policies and decisions in communities, countries and around the world, with policymakers working side-by-side with young people. 

Media contacts

Lely Djuhari
Chief of Advocacy and Communication
UNICEF Philippines
Tel: +639175675622
Marge Francia
Advocacy & Communication Specialist
UNICEF Philippines
Tel: +63 917 858 9447

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