About Voice

UN Youth Voice is the flagship public speaking event for students in Years 7-10, now running at a national level.

Unlike any other public speaking competition, UN Youth Voice asks contestants to present their innovative solutions to some of the world’s most prominent and pressing issues. The competition encourages initiative and sustainability, rewarding substance in speeches as well as speaking manner and structure. 

Students are invited to select the issue about which they are most passionate from four provided topics. The aim is to suggest tangible and achievable solutions to the complications surrounding their given topic. This is presented through a prepared speech, with a judges’ “Question Time” component.

Important Information

In 2017 Voice will be held in Term 4

Townsville, Cairns, Mackay, Brisbane, Lismore, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Toowoomba

Who Can Attend:
Students in Years 9-12

Registration Price:

Students must wear their school uniform and bring pens, paper and a water bottle. Students must have transport arrangements organised. Lunch will be provided.

Further details such as room allocation and country designation will be emailed to students closer to the date of the event.

Further Questions

If you have any questions about Voice Queensland, you can get in touch with our Voice Convenor, Emily Leggett, [email protected]