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Resources for Youth

Take a deeper dive into the UNCRC and children's rights issues by exploring the links below. If you have any questions or suggestions about the resources, please don't hesitate to drop us an email below ヾ( ˃ᴗ˂ )◞ • *✰

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The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is an international treaty that outlines the fundamental rights of children. It has been ratified by almost every country in the world. UNCRC sets out the basic human rights that all children are entitled to, including the right to education, healthcare, and protection from abuse and exploitation.

The digital world has become an integral part of our lives, especially for youths in Singapore. With the rise of social media and online platforms young people are exposed to a vast amount of information and opportunities. However, this also comes with potential risks such as cyberbullying, addiction, online sexual exploitation and more.

Mental health refers to a person's emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, act, and can our daily lives. Mental health issues among youth in Singapore are becoming increasingly prevalent. Factors such as academic pressure, social media, and family expectations can contribute to stress, anxiety, and depression. 

Climate change is a pressing issue that affects everyone, including youths in Singapore. Rising sea levels, extreme weather conditions, food and water scarcity are just some of the potential impacts that could have a significant on the younger generation. It is important for us to take action now to mitigate the effects of climate change and ensure a sustainable future for all.


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UNCRC Infographic

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Read more about your rights in the different areas

UNTV Screenshot

Video Recording

UN Committee on the Rights of the Child’s Consideration of Singapore's State Report

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Other Documents

View a summary of the consideration of the
state report here

Mental Health

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YEAR Study by NUS

This national study looks into the state of mental health of Singaporeans aged 10-18 years.

While it's okay to not be okay... if you are struggling with your mental health, please do schedule a 30-minute check-in with Flourishing Minds @ Children's Society to better understand your mental well-being. The check-in is available via phone call, WhatsApp, Telegram, email or in-person.

You can book a check-in here.


The team is also contactable at 6358 0911 from Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 6pm.


If you are at risk of immediate harm, please call 995 or Samaritans of Singapore (SOS) hotline 1767.

Digital Safety

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Climate Change


Brief of the Principles and Policy Guidance on Children’s Rights to a Healthy Environment in the ASEAN Region


YouTube video


Child-friendly Version of the General Comment No. 26 on Children's Rights and the Environment (Focused on Climate Change)



Online Game/Course on Children's Rights and
How It Applies to the Environment


Other Resources

Physical Discipline Study

In 2021, Singapore Children’s Society, in collaboration with Yale-NUS College, embarked on a research project comprising two mixed-methods studies that focused on parental disciplinary practices in Singapore, with specific attention on the use of physical discipline.

Read the brief

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