Anyone of any age can speak up for the rights of children.
You can get informed and tackle child rights issues in your own life, community or the big wide world. Maybe you already know of a problem that children are facing that you want to change. You can use these resources to take action and influence change.
Take on child rights issues
You can download a copy of this presentation to show at your school here.
You can also download a simplified version of the Convention on the Rights of the Child here.
Connect with the Young Ambassador Program
You can invite a UNICEF Australia Young Ambassador to visit your school to help you become more informed about children’s rights, and workshop ways for you to take action for children’s rights in your own community or in other parts of the world.
If you would like a Young Ambassador to visit your school, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can even apply to become a Young Ambassador yourself. This is open every year for young people aged 15-24 years old. Find out more here.
Raise funds to help protect children’s rights
Another way to take action for children is to fundraise for UNICEF Australia. This is a very practical way share the responsibility for protecting children’s rights. We have loads of tips to help schools fundraise. Click here
to find out more.