WHAT U-REPORTERS ARE SAYING
Indonesian Scouts to speak out through U-Report
“I just signed up to U-Report!” 14 year old Karin from Nusa Tenggara Timur province in East Indonesia says enthusiastically. “I want to share my opinion, because most adults do not listen to us, children”. During the weeklong National Jamboree that just came to an end in Cibubur close to Jakarta many Scouts like Karin joined and pledged to tell their friends about U-Report and invite them to join as well.
Day of African Child: U-Reporters say African leaders are not doing enough to prevent and end conflicts
African leaders are not doing enough to prevent and end conflicts, says African youth in the first pan-African U-report poll. The survey was conducted ahead of the Day of the African child which is commemorated every year 16 June. Two thirds of the respondents thought African leaders should do more to end conflicts on the continent.
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How U-Reporters influence policy makers’ decisions on HIV/AIDS testing programs
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U-Reporters in Mexico participate in government programs to end discrimination
Do u think violence against girls is a problem in your community?
18% Response Rate | Sept. 16, 2016
Do you think climate change one of the most pressing issues for young people today?
14% Response Rate | Sept. 8, 2016
GIRL GUIDES & GIRL SCOUTS
What gender issues do u want to talk about more?
17% Response Rate | Aug. 29, 2016