U-REPORTERS IN NEW ZEALAND
TOTAL # OF U-REPORTERS
4 MOST ACTIVE REGIONS
Wellington, Auckland, Canterbury, Hawke's Bay
RATE BY GENDER
RATE BY AGE
WHAT U-REPORTERS ARE SAYING
Give young voters a voice
Sept. 5, 2017Read full story →
First-in-NZ artificial intelligence gives youth election know-how
Sept. 1, 2017Read full story →
Day of Silence campaign aims to highlight homophobia, biphobia and transphobia
Aug. 14, 2017Read full story →
RockEnrol launch mission to increase political power for young people in Aotearoa
June 12, 2017Read full story →
13 Reasons Why: we must 'at least do no harm'
May 29, 2017Read full story →
A young person's view on climate change issues
May 1, 2017Read full story →
Generation Zero Launches Campaign to Reduce Carbon Emissions
April 21, 2017Read full story →
Do you think Sex Ed in schools needs to include Consent Ed?
April 6, 2017Read full story →
From Sleeping Rough to a Hit Song
March 24, 2017Read full story →
What are the issues that matter most to young New Zealanders?
96% Response Rate | April 20, 2017
CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
Do you think climate change is a major threat to our wellbeing and security?
97% Response Rate | April 12, 2017
Climate change should be a major point in every party's campaign, especially with the upcoming election. The government should promote the cause and show NZers that climate change is serious, and that they actually have a strong interest in the issue.
Encouraging kiwis to live sustainably, making an effort to subsidise or fund businesses that provide less climate-detrimental products, and looking past industry's contribution to the economy to recognise their impact on the future of the environment.
I think there should be more public awareness campaigns, and a journalism award for good climate change stories.
Do you think young people have the information they need to know how to vote, who to vote for, and how the election actually works?
95% Response Rate | Sept. 1, 2017
We just need to talk and persist. Create an expectation that you vote. Make it a whānau thing.
Show then their vote matters by giving them examples of what the youth vote changes.
Have young students to start learning about politics and voting at school, because young people tend to take in information easier and quicker than older people. Also you never know what the younger generations have to say! So it's important.