About this survey
Liverpool is on a journey to become a Child Friendly City, with the help of Unicef UK. We are currently developing action plans with children, young people and partners to help us improve.
We will focus upon the following areas to provide support for the overall programme:
- co-operation and leadership
The children and young people we have spoken to, have told us that they would like to see positive changes in the city especially around:
- their overall health,
- helping them to feel equal and included and
- making Liverpool a more welcoming place for all young people.
These six priority areas
are known as the Badges
that we will focus our Child Friendly City improvements upon.
This survey is to be completed by children and young people
and its one way you can get involved and share your views and ideas to help Liverpool become a more child friendly place to grow up.
This survey will take approximately 15 minutes to answer.
You don't have to provide an answer for every star statement unless you want to.
The closing date for this survey is 31 January 2020
The survey does not ask for personal details that will identify an individual child or young person. General information about age, gender, ethnicity and which part of the city you live in, has been included to help us ensure that we have reached a wide range of young people.
The information you provide in this survey will be used to create Child Friendly City Action Plans to help us to make Liverpool a more Child Friendly City.
If you are interested in hearing more about Child Friendly City or want to share a good news story about local children and young people, please email email@example.com
We will not to share your information with anybody else or send you anything that is not related to Child Friendly City.