November 20th is National Child Day, to commemorate the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child to the UN General Assembly in 1989. Saskatchewan’s Advocate for Children and Youth challenges everyone to listen to what young people have to say. Corey O’Soup says youth live in a challenging time with social media that has taken bullying and abuse to a new level. In a report released by the Children’s Advocate last year about giving children a voice on the topic of suicide, O’Soup ask what children would need to have a good life. Their answers included a source of unconditional love in their families and communities, ending all forms of violence, enhanced safety and support, and regular investments in recreation, education and mental health services.