Two teenagers have asked 60 world leaders at the UN for a better and safer world for children to grow up in.
Gabriela, 13, from Bolivia and Audrey, 17, from Monaco said they wanted a world fit for children, with no more poverty and war.
Afterwards, Audrey said: "This was just the first step to getting things done, all of the children will keep in touch, we don't want this to be forgotten."
It's the first time children have spoken in front of the General Assembly at the UN.
Gabriela and Audrey were chosen from hundreds of children who participated in the Children's Forum which brought kids from around the world together to discuss all kinds of issues affecting them.
Check CBBC Newsround Online later to read more Press Pack reports from some of the children at the conference