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10 UNICEF – THE STATE

10 UNICEF – THE STATE OF THE WORLD’S CHILDREN 2017 What do adolescents and youth think of life online? What do you like about the internet? Learning things for school or health As part of the research for The State of the World’s Children 2017, U‐Report – an innovative social messaging tool used by nearly 4 million young people around the world to share their views on a range of common concerns – sent four questions to U‐Reporters worldwide. The poll garnered a total of 63,000 responses. Data highlighted here reflect the responses of adolescents and youth (ages 13–24) from 24 countries.* How did you learn to use the internet? Learned on their own 40% Learning skills I can’t learn at school 24% Indonesia Burundi Brazil 42% 69% of young people in Honduras said they learned on their own compared to 19% in the Central African Republic (CAR). Learned from friends or siblings Honduras CAR Read about politics and/or improving my community “Learning skills that I can’t learn at school” was especially important to those in Indonesia (47%), Burundi (35%) and Brazil (34%). 39% Reported more often by those in low‐income countries. 9% More popular among older age groups.

FOREWORD 11 https://ureport.in What do you dislike about the internet? What would make the internet better for you? Violence Girls Young people from low-income countries were 2.5 times more likely to ask for greater access to digital devices Boys 23% Girls are more likely to be upset by violence (27% vs. 20% for boys). Unwanted sexual content Girls Boys 33% Reported equally by girls (32%) and boys (33%). 31% 12% 9% 10% Low-income countries High-income countries Young people in low‐income countries are more likely to be upset by unwanted sexual content (42% vs. 16% in high‐income countries). Low income Lower middle income Upper middle income High income “There is nothing I dis like about the internet.” 13% Low-income countries 3% High-income countries * Only countries with a minimum of 100 respondents each were included in the ‘country’ category analysis, namely: Algeria, Bangladesh, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, Côte d’Ivoire, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Liberia, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Thailand and Ukraine.

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