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By UNICEF Australia
18 March 2019

Children have the right to have an opinion and expect to be heard. Across Australia on Friday, thousands of children gathered to raise their voice and speak up against climate change. Here are some of our favourite signs from children and young people speaking up for climate action in Sydney.

A boy taking part in Sydney's Climate Change Rally.
A boy taking part in Sydney's Climate Change Rally.
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Polina, a student, takes part in Sydney's rally for Climate Action
Polina, a student, takes part in Sydney's rally for Climate Action
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Thousands of students took part in Friday's rally
Thousands of students took part in Friday's rally
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Children, students, parents and other adults brought strong, powerful signs along with them to Friday's rally.
Children, students, parents and other adults brought strong, powerful signs along with them to Friday's rally.
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Protesters in Sydney's rally for Climate Action
Protesters in Sydney's rally for Climate Action
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Students take part in Sydney's rally for Climate Action.
Students take part in Sydney's rally for Climate Action.
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These boys held their signs on a ledge above the crowds on Friday.
These boys held their signs on a ledge above the crowds on Friday.
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Protesters in Sydney's rally for Climate Action
Protesters in Sydney's rally for Climate Action
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"Ocean's rising, so are we" was carried through the crowds in Friday's rally.
"Ocean's rising, so are we" was carried through the crowds in Friday's rally.
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Students take part in Sydney's rally for Climate Action
Students take part in Sydney's rally for Climate Action
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