Europe Kids Want

Children and young people are fully fledged stakeholders in Europe’s future. They represent a key constituency not only because they have more at stake when it comes to decisions on their future, but also because they are strongly committed to and understand the values underpinning European integration.
As European leaders debate the future of Europe, an online survey invited children and young people to share their views on the Europe they want. The survey, entitled ‘the Europe Kids Want’ is a joint initiative by UNICEF and Eurochild. Topics covered include children’s experience of family-life, school, and society as well as their thoughts on Europe.

Survey now closed:
We will share the final results soon!

Read the Europe Kids Want Brochure and discover the first impressions!

Taking children’s views to the European Parliament
In November 2017, European Parliament President Antonio Tajani committed to host an event in the plenary of the European Parliament to take stock of the work of the European Parliament on children’s rights on an annual basis.
Following this commitment, on 20 November 2018, the President hosted the first ever plenary session attended by a delegation of children and young people. The results of the Europe Kids Want survey formed the basis for discussions at this high-level event.
The Europe Kids Want survey is supported by the organisations in the Child Rights Action Group.
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