[European Union] An Online Survey Invites Children and Young People to Share their Views on the Europe they Want

11 Mar 2019
Child Rights Manifesto

Children and young people have a key stake in Europe’s future. As European leaders debate the future of Europe, UNICEF and Eurochild launched an online survey, inviting children and young people to share their views on the Europe they want.

The 'Europe Kids Want' survey gathers the experiences of children and young people pertaining to family life, school, society, and asks their thoughts on Europe. The results will form the basis for discussions in the European Parliament.  

The survey is open to children and young people living in the European Union. Responses from children outside the EU are also welcome. The survey is available in at least 19 languages, and takes an average of 7 minutes to complete. No personal data is gathered.

Schools and other bodies working with children and young people are encouraged to inform children about this opportunity.

The deadline to complete the survey has been extended to June 2019.

More information and the survey link can be found HERE.



This project is funded by: