UNICEF Germany and German children’s charity launch online survey among children and adolescents – universal children’s day on 20 September under the motto: ‘Chances for children!’ “In the run-up to the world children’s day on 20 September 2013 under the motto chances for children!” the German children’s Fund and UNICEF Germany start an online survey among children and adolescents in Germany. The children rights organizations want to heard the assessment of children and adolescents in the educational debate and ask how students in Germany to review their schools. Www.weltkindertag.de/ school girls and boys now on a certificate form can notes very well to inadequate in nine subjects”awarded by fun in lessons about fair treatment and promotion up to the hygiene in the school toilets. The data are only anonymously recorded and evaluated. The survey runs until mid-September 2013. The evaluation will be published to the world children’s day. The children’s rights organisations want to with the survey of pupils and students themselves know how them at school and what moves them on the subject of school and opportunities. Assessment for all types of schools from elementary school up to high school are following areas: fun at the school fair treatment by teachers, help with bullying and violence, hygiene of the school toilets, atmosphere with views of the future, equal opportunities in promoting, usefulness of the study, opportunities for participation and the food offered by the school.
Individual suggestions for improvements are also needed as well as praise, criticism and opinions. Each participant receives the note cut of his rating displayed after filling out of the school certificate and can print the certificate for his school. So, children and young people deal with the situation at their school and can use the testimony to talk with classmates and teachers about opportunities for improvement. The children’s rights organisations want to collect the opinions of children and young people, to this To draw inspiration for the children of political work for the children’s right to equal opportunities in the education system. To take the needs of children, to hear their opinion and to make them participate are important building blocks for a kinderfreundlicheres education system in Germany according to UNICEF and German children’s charity. Further information and contact: Uwe Kamp, spokesman for phone: 030-308693-11 mobile: 0160-6373155 fax: 030-2795634 E-mail: Internet: and dkhw.de which became the Deutsche Kinderhilfswerk children e.V., stakeholders for a child-friendly Germany, founded in 1972 in Munich. The non-profit association committed as initiator and promoter for more than 40 years for children’s rights, participation and the overcoming of child poverty in Germany.