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 →
MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING
What do you think is the most effective way to educate young people about mental health issues?
97% Response Rate | June 22, 2017
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.