International Day of Play: online consultations with children and young people

This survey is part of the Child Friendly Governance Project and is run by Eurochild, Save the Children, International Play Association, BRAC, The Concerned for Working Children, the LEGO Group, the LEGO Foundation, INGKA, Arup, KidZania, and Right to Play. 

All children have the right to play. But often adults forget why play is important to children. Play means doing something fun and enjoyable. It can take many shapes and forms. Play can mean drawing, playing online games, exploring nature, sports, playing music, doing crafts, or getting lost in a good book, among many other things...  

The data and views that children share via the survey will be used to develop a Call to Action, which will be presented to Ministers and UN Member State Ambassadors during the UN General Assembly “high level week” (19-23 September).

Languages available: English, Spanish, French, Mandarin, Bangla, Dutch, and Danish.

Extended deadline!

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