Children are the future. You can change the world.

Children United will help you learn more about your world... and then change it! You are its future and it's time for you to have your say right now on the things that matter most to you.

Grown ups

This is your world. What would you change?

We want to know which problems matter most to you.

Think about the problems below. Which do you care about the most? Can you put them in order? Number 1 should be the problem you'd most like to change.

Your answers will help us make a plan for Children United.

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  • Refugees
  • World peace
  • Being Equal
  • Climate change
  • Poverty
  • Education

Thank you!

Can you tell us more about what you would change?

Is there a different issue that matters to you? Share your thoughts!

Know your stuff

How much do you know about the world's problems? Learn more about them here.


Climate change and the environment

We burn more coal and oil than our planet can cope with. As more people live on the planet, the problem will get worse. How can we build a greener world?



Lots of children can't go to school because of things like war, money, it's hard to get there or they have to work. How can we make sure education is for everyone?



Families all over the world don't have enough money to pay for things like food and shelter. How can we help people get out of poverty?


Being equal

People are sometimes treated unfairly because of their age, gender, race, country and religion. How can we make the world more equal?



Many people are trying to escape from war and other tough conditions in their own country. How can we help refugees live safely?


World peace

Not everyone lives in a safe place where there is no war, fighting or fear of violence. How can we help all people live in peace?

What next?

The full Children United website will launch later in 2016. While you're waiting, why not do one or all of these things?

Children research
Research important world problems
Children talk
Talk about the world’s problems with your friends
Children ask
Ask your teacher lots of questions about the world’s problems
Children share
Share this page with someone you know