ABOUT U-REPORT
Share your whakaaro (ideas) on issues you care about. Sign up to U-Report through Facebook Messenger or Twitter, and tell us what changes you want to see in your community and the world. It's time to speak up and be heard. Your voice matters!
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ABOUT U-REPORT

Do you ever feel like you’re not being listened to? Together, we’re going to change that.

We asked a group of rangatahi (young people) to help design a platform for Kiwi youth.

It’s a platform for issues that are important to you, it’s anonymous and it's totally free to use. It’s called U-Report.

U-Report is a way for you to talk about things you care about, and demand social and environmental change.

Think of it as your own personal megaphone.

We’re going to work with rangatahi throughout Aotearoa on issues you say are important. You will help us decide how we campaign for children and young people in New Zealand.

You can have your say by signing up to be a U-Reporter. Message ‘JOIN’ to U-Report NZ on Facebook or Twitter and we’ll get you registered. Then you can start sharing your voice on issues you care about, and help make changes here in NZ and globally.

And, it’ll mean people listen.


Why Join U-Report?
  • Speak out on what's happening in your community
  • Use U-Report results and information to update and increase citizen's awareness
  • Participate in nationwide campaigns to help improve your country
  • Share what's happening around New Zealand with other U-Reporters
CLICK HERE TO JOIN →

U-REPORT VIDEOS

FROM SLEEPING ROUGH TO A HIT SONG
MARCH 24, 2017
Less than a year ago Mitch James​ was busking for a living in Europe, but he was also homeless and living on the streets. Now, the 21-year-old Kiwi singer-songwriter is riding high in the charts with his hit Move On. He is now signed with Sony​ re... WATCH IT ON YOUTUBE →

OUR VOICES, OUR RIGHTS!
MARCH 24, 2017
We asked Save the Children and UNICEF's Youth Ambassadors, to write a report about the lives and wishes of children in Aotearoa New Zealand. Here's what they had to say. WATCH IT ON YOUTUBE →