The World Children Want

Welcome to the Conversation on Children & Post 2015

Animated Video - The Road to the SDGs: A Discussion with Students

 (with subtitles in six languages)


In 2015 a global development plan called Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will expire. On September 25th, global leaders adopted a set of new global goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all, called Sustainable Development Goals -  the SDGs



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Children and young people of the world discussed and commented on the draft SDGs Declaration during a month. We have received many thoughtful and inspiring ideas and suggestions. 

Thank you, everyone, for sharing your views! This consultation is now closed. However, this space is open for you to continue discussions on the issues that concern you most.

We are pleased to share the results compiled in the Final Summary report here 

The report was submitted to Memeber States for their reference and  use during the SDGs intergovernmental negotiations in July.

Read more about this e-consultation here.

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Tell Everyone about the SDGs!



Do you want to get involved? You can start by telling everyone about the SDGs - Global Goals for People and Planet.

World's Largest Lesson

World's largest lesson

Welcome to the WORLD'S LARGEST LESSON - UNICEF and Project Everyone's collaborative initiative that aims to bring the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to every child, in every classroom around the world.

You can see all the partners for this project here.

The World's Largest Lesson Video
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