YoungsterVoi National (Ages 9-11)

WeVoi National Round Topics

 “Stop wishing! Start doing!”


Everyone has a different perception of an ideal world in their minds. What about you? How do you perceive the idea of an Ideal world?
We strongly believe that everyone has something important to say and their voice is enough to make a change in the world.
Share your ideas and let everyone know your views.

Participants can give a speech in any way they wish, to be recorded as a video of 1 to 2 minutes in length and submitted online. This theme is set aiming to develop literacy and speaking skills. We want young people to organise their thoughts, put them to paper, and deliver them in an impactful manner.

Candidates are judged on their choice of material, comprehension & accuracy, organisation, use of language, and presentation.

General Regulations

  • Speeches by YoungsterVoi participants (ages 9-11) should be a minimum of 1 minute and a maximum of 2 minutes.
  • Submission of the videos is a must.
  • Speeches must have been originally prepared by the participant for WeVoi. If statistics and quotes are used, they must be referenced (mentioned in the speech). Participants may be disqualified by the jury if plagiarism is found.
  • Speeches must be delivered in English.
  • Speeches must be related to the given topic.
  • Names, logos, uniforms of schools/institutions and/or any similar advertising and promotional materials should not be displayed in the videos.
  • Speeches should not include any gender, racial, religion and cultural stereotypes, bias or any derogatory expression.
  • Speeches must be clear, comprehensible and appropriate.
  • All videos which are sent for WeVoi cannot be used in any other social media before the competition is held. All rights pertaining to the videos belong to WeVoi.
  • Participants must qualify for WeVoi Global through WeVoi National. Decisions regarding qualification for WeVoi Global are made by the WeVoi juries.
  • Entrants cannot contact the judges before or during the competition and the judge’s decision is final.
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