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U-Report: Your voice matters!

 

U-Report: Your voice matters!

U-Report is an interactive tool of communication with thousands of adolescents and young people. It is done through opinion poll, conducted via most common ways of communication for youth - SMS, Facebook messenger and Twitter.

Young people voluntarily join the initiative, and share their opinions in weekly polls. The results are used to achieve change by various stakeholders: government, NGOs and international organisations.

U-Report runs 3-5 opinion polls monthly. Young people share their views on issues they are concerned on: education, youth policy, healthcare, and other. The key decisions in the project are taken at Steering Committee which includes government, international organisations and NGOs, and young people. Also, the U-Report Youth Board involves young people to make it interesting and useful for youth.

How to join U-Report? Send a free SMS 'START' to 4224 or message START to the U-Report Ukraine page on Facebook

 

Media releases


10.000 young Ukrainians joined U-Report to speak out for change
More than 10,700 young people joined UNICEF youth initiative U-Report as of September 2016.

On International Youth Day, a new poll highlights prevalence of bullying and its devastating impact on young people
In a recent U-Report poll young people were asked via SMS, Facebook and Twitter, a series of questions relating to the impact of bullying in their community, their own personal experiences of bullying and what they think can be done to end this type

UNICEF launched new youth initiative U-Report in Ukraine
KYIV, 23 April 2015 – UNICEF has launched its flagship youth initiative U-Report in Ukraine. More than 800 young people from all over Ukraine gathered at the U-Report Interactive Workshop to join this new initiative.

 

 
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