Children from the United Nations International Nursery School look at a poster of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. (1950) UN Photo


Campaign Materials — 2019

youth participation poster
youth for change poster
animated card advocating against bullying

Bullying: it's Everyone's Problem!

Everyone has the right to be safe and be treated with dignity. Across the world, 1/3 of teens experience bullying, in person or online. Youth activists across the world are standing up when people are harassed or mistreated, fighting to protect the rights of others.

Young people are powerful. Follow their lead and #StandUp4HumanRights.

animated card against climate change

Start a Global Movement!

Think young people can't start a global movement? 16 year old Greta Thunberg led the largest climate protest in history *4 MILLION* people strong. (Spanning 163 countries on all 7 continents!)

Young people are standing up to protect their future. Climate change threatens our basic human rights. Follow the lead of young people!.

animated card for youth participation in government

Represent in Government!

There are estimated 45,000 Members of Parliaments worldwide, but only 2% are under 30 years old. Even though young people are among those most affected by the economic, social and environmental challenges facing the world today, they are not adequately represented within their governments.

Youth have the right to participate in decision-making and have their voices heard.

animated card for LGBTI rights

Include LGBTI!

Youth are standing up for equal rights and fair treatment of LGBTI people everywhere. Close to a third of the world’s countries criminalize same-sex relationships. This leads to widespread discrimination against LGBTI people and threatens their basic rights.

Human rights are for everyone – no matter who you are or whom you love.

Illustration that says: Education is our weapon.
Illustration that says: Saving the planet starts now.
Illustration that says: I'm a girl, what's your superpower?
Illustration that says: Learning today, leading tomorrow.