Want to make your voice count in the real world on important issues? What young people think matters. Students, here’s your chance to amplify your voice!
Current / Upcoming Challenges
Would you like to partner with WorldVuze to engage children and youth across Canada and around the world in meaningful dialogue on an important educational or social issue you care about? WorldVuze works with knowledge experts, including non-profits, museums and science centres to lead Featured “Take Action” Discussion Challenges. See past discussions below!
Find out about hosting a discussion on WorldVuze by contacting Julia Coburn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The Next 150 / Les Prochaines 150 Années
September to December 2017
Click here for the Next 150 Vision Report and infographic in English and French.
Starting September 2017, your students can help shape Canada’s future by sharing their vision for The Next 150 / Les Prochaines 150 Années in a national bilingual discussion on WorldVuze.
Together, thousands of students from diverse communities across the country will share their perspectives on one or all five Next 150 discussion topics – Responsible Citizenship, Canadian Identities, Rethinking Our Past, Sustainable Future, and Canada’s Leadership in the World - forming a collective vision of the Canada young people want and a blueprint for how their and future generations can get us there!
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Septembre à Décembre 2017
À compter de septembre 2017, vos élèves pourront contribuer à forger l’avenir du Canada en partageant leur vision des prochaines 150 années dans le cadre d’une discussion nationale bilingue sur WorldVuze.
Des milliers d’élèves de différentes communautés à l’échelle du pays vont échanger leurs points de vue sur un ou l’ensemble des cinq sujets de discussion suivants sur les prochaines 150 années - citoyenneté responsable, identités canadiennes, repenser notre passé, avenir durable et leadership du Canada dans le monde – ce qui permettra d’avoir une vision collective de ce que les jeunes Canadiens veulent, et de tracer les grandes lignes de la façon dont leur génération et celles qui suivront peuvent nous y mener!
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|Kids Help Phone's Bully Awareness and Prevention Challenge
November 1st-30th, 2016
Help Stop Bullying! Kids Help Phone is looking to dig deeper on what bullying means to Canada’s youth and needs your help to determine key issues and what can be done to Stop Bullying. Students and classrooms across Canada click here to find out how you can join!
|UNICEF Canada's Better than Before Challenge
April 2016 - May 2016
UNICEF Canada wants to hear from children and youth across the country from coast to coast to coast, to find out what is most important to their well-being, and what can be done to make Canada a better place for children and youth. This April and May, 2016, students can join in the conversation and have their voices heard by sharing their views on WorldVuze through UNICEF Canada’s featured Better than Before Challenge.
|Global Ideas Institute Birth Registration Challenge
October 2015 - April 2016