Make your voice heard, sign up as a U-Reporter today!
U-Report is a free tool for community participation and youth engagement, which designed to address issues that the population cares about. Once a U-Reporter has followed @UReportGlobal on Twitter or joined U-Report Global on Facebook, polls and alerts are sent via direct message and real-time responses are collected and mapped on this site.
Results and ideas are shared with the community and public authorities to enable those in charge to make sensible decisions based on data. Issues polled include health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene, youth unemployment, HIV/AIDS, disease outbreaks and anything else that needs to be discussed.
Scouts from different countries and regions around the world are participating now as U-Reporters and you can be one of them. Follow the twitter handle @UReportGlobal or key in “JOIN” in your message to U-Report Global on Facebook messenger.
— U-Report Global (@UReportGlobal) October 28, 2016
Last year, Scouts from Indonesia who are now working in partnership with UNICEF Indonesia addressed some of the country’s key development challenges through U-Report and through offline activities at community level.
During their Jamboree, some 2,000 Scouts from all over Indonesia registered as U-Reporters at UNICEF´s sign-up sessions and made their voices heard by the country’s decision-makers. Read the complete story here .
In the run-up to the 5th World Scout Interreligious Symposium, which was held in Huntington, New York, USA, a set of questions were drafted for U-Reporters. The questionnaire centred around diversity, inclusion, tolerance, spirituality and faith.
The views of young people concerning the issues of faith and violence stemming from religious extremism is key since they are targeted for radicalisation. The Inclusion, Diversity and Religion poll received a 92% response rate. You may read the complete poll results here.
Your voice matters and you can still take part in the poll by first registering as a U-Reporter and sending the word “Dialogue” in your message.
— U-Report Global (@UReportGlobal) December 19, 2016