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  UN Summit for Children
What has been happening in New York?
Three best ways to change the world
Will world leaders listen to kids?
What is a Special Session?
Why a Special Session on children?
What did kids vote on?

 
Delegates at the childrens summit Three best ways to change the world

400 children went to the summit. They were asked to vote for the three best ways to improve the world for young people.

They picked from a list of 10 options.

Two teenagers were chosen to present the results of the vote. Gabriela from Bolivia who is 13 and 17-year-old Audrey from Monaco were picked.

They spoke the meeting of world leaders. It was the first time young people had made a speech to the General Assembly of the UN.


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