Find out how to get involved with UNICEF by starting a club and becoming a U-Reporter.
Play an important role in advocating for action on issues vital to the survival of the world’s children. UNICEF clubs are a movement of student-led groups which educate, advocate and fundraise for issues that UNICEF works for. There is a huge range of events your club could organise or actions you can take. Whether it’s a movie screening, speaker event, bake sale or writing to MPs, there are many ways you can advocate and fundraise for children rights in the world. Want to know more? Have a look an our UNICEF Clubs info sheet (PDF, 1.8 MB) with more information how to form a UNICEF club at your school. We also have a Take Action Toolkit (PDF, 5.1 MB) that will help you to plan your future events with your classmates. Register your club with us by clicking the button below and filling in the form and we'll add to your club to the UNICEF NZ Clubs Directory.
Register your club with us by clicking the button below and filling in the form and we'll add to your club to the UNICEF NZ Clubs Directory.
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.
They asked 1198 children about their thoughts, experiences and opinions. Their report, Our Voices Our Rights provides a window into childhood within New Zealand.
Our Voices Our Rights provides recommendations to the government, on how to improve the lives of young people in this country, and how better awareness can be made about the UN Convention on Children's Rights.
Children's experiences, ideas and insights enrich the conversation, but often their voices are absent in many decisions concerning them. Our Voices Our Rights is an important step toward ensuring that they are listened to.
UNICEF NZ helps save and protect the world's most vulnerable children