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HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD ⬇

UNICEF Canada's One Youth is looking for young people to help shape Canada’s public policies. This is an opportunity to be part of the change you want to see in Canada

U-Report is a free, confidential digital polling platform, and open to anyone ages 13-24. Answer polls on issues that matter to you, and have your voice heard.
 

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U-Report Frequently Asked Questions

What is U-Report?

U-Report is a digital platform for youth, ages 13-24, that asks poll questions to get your perspectives on issues and decisions that affect young people.

How many U-Reporters are there?

There are over 7 million U-Reporters in more than 50 countries. Join the community!

How will my data be used?

Your right to privacy is important to us. U-Report does not collect personally identifiable data. Your individual answers are confidential and only a summary of collected data is shared publicly. Registration information is not connected to or visible from the results that are shared back. Learn more about your privacy rights here and journey of your data here.

Who is U-Report Canada run by?

U-Report is run by UNICEF Canada’s One Youth. Did you know that UNICEF is the only organization mentioned by the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)? Under the CRC, young people have the right to give their opinions freely on issues that affect them and adults are required to listen and take them seriously. U-Report helps ensure your right to be heard!

What if I want to be part of the One Youth community in other ways?

The best way to stay updated with One Youth programs in Canada is by joining our emailing list.

What are you waiting for? YOU have the POWER to shape Canada's future. Sign up for U-Report today!

U-REPORT VALUES

ALIGNED WITH THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD

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You have the right to give your opinion and for adults to listen and take it seriously
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You have the right to find things out and share what you think with others
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You have the right to join and be associated with groups
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You have the right to access information related to your well-being

UNICEF Canada would like to extend our gratitude to our founding partner, The Students Commission of Canada, our Steering Committee members Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada, First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, Kids Help Phone, YMCA Canada, and to the RBC Foundation for their ongoing contributions and support aligned with RBC Future Launch.

*Your year of birth helps us tailor and prioritize youth specific activities and communications. All personal data is private and confidential.