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Have Your Say Survey – We want to hear from children under 18 all over Ireland

The Ombudsman for Children wants to hear from all children under the age of 18 in Ireland.

All children under 18 living in Ireland have 42 rights under the United Nations (UN) Convention on the Rights of the Child.  In 2022, the Irish government has to report to the UN on how it is working to make sure children enjoy all of their rights. The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child (18 experts from all over the world) wants to hear from children in Ireland about their life and rights.

We want children in Ireland to tell the Committee what they think about what is good, what is not so good and what would make life better for children in Ireland.

If you are under 18 please fill in our survey!

As a child, your opinions and ideas really matter and we hope you will share them with the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.  You also need to agree to take part so don’t forget to tick the box below and ask a parent or guardian to do the same!

The survey does not ask for your name or address or any other information that would tell us or anyone else who you are or what you think.

Fill out the survey here