If you're looking for fun activities, are you curious about what your rights are, or looking for inspiration on how to raise your voice, then you're in the right place!
Our resource hub for children and young people is your go-to for information where you can learn about topics that may be of interest to you, discover what young people think about issues and have fun!
What are children’s rights?
Just like adults, children have rights too. Children’s rights are written in a special document called The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This document lists the rights that all children have.
No matter who you are or where you live, these rights belong to every child in the world.
Talking about your rights. Plus, games and fun stuff!
UNICEF Child Rights activity book
Every child has the right to rest, relax, play and take part in creative and cultural activities.
Learn how UNICEF Australia is creating a better tomorrow for every child.
Game for children at home
Creative ways to enjoy playful moments with your child and expand their world even when physical space is limited.
Indoor activities that'll keep the whole family happy
Five ways you can keep the family entertained and help their mind grow in the process.
Learn more about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
In 2015, world leaders set an exciting course for the future of human development with the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
These 17 Global Goals were designed to make sure that everyone is taken care of, and no one is left behind.
Young people from around the world are speaking up on issues that matter most to them.
27 May 2023
Busted. Eight myths about periods
What happens when you get your period? For many girls it depends largely on where they live.
26 July 2021
Five child activists you need to know
Across the world, children and young people have been protesting and speaking up about what matters to them. Why? Because they feel country leaders are not listening to concerns on issues which impact children now, and into the future. While a wave of protests by children has gained momentum over the past few years, child rights activism is nothing new. We take a look at five young activists using their voice to make change.
8 May 2018
Young voices ring out in Parliament
Every child has the right to be heard on decisions that affect their lives and last month the hopes and concerns of Australia's children were heard loud and clear in Parliament House.
9 November 2022
These six young climate activists demand action and inspire hope
As the world witnesses the dramatic weather events unfolding around the world, there are increasingly more young people demanding action.
29 November 2022
“My ability is bigger than my disability.”
Hear from two incredible young disability advocates from Timor-Leste in conversation with renowned writer and UNICEF Australia Ambassador, Tara Moss.
7 September 2022
Arlo Parks, a voice for the next generation
The award-winning UK musician met UNICEF Australia Young Ambassadors for a chat about mental health and making an impact.
3 June 2022
Meet the first Afghan woman to join the Australian Army
How humble school supplies ignited a spark in UNICEF Australia Young Ambassador Kbora Ali.
5 April 2022
More than just a month of fasting
As UNICEF Young Ambassadors past and present, these incredible young people have come together this Ramadan for a bigger purpose. Find out why this holy month of Ramadan is such an important time to give, reflect and to come together as a community, no matter who you are or what your beliefs.
17 March 2022
“We need hope again.”
Children are the least responsible for climate change, yet they are bearing the greatest burden of its impact. UNICEF Australia Young Ambassadors, Zara and Harrison, weigh in on what this decision means for children and young people around the country.
1 October 2021
Why these Year 8 students are building stoves
Jean Baptise, 17, is talking about a ‘rocket stove’. The new and improved stove is changing lives in Rutana Province, Burundi. But what’s so special about it?
26 August 2021
Three young Indigenous leaders you should know about
Young voices inspire change and give other young people new ways of seeing the world and imagining what is possible.