Ukraine

Snapshot of consultation
Valid response rate: 1,176



Gender



How much do you agree with the following statement? “No young person under the age of 18 should be able to get married”



How much do you agree with the following statement? “A young person your age should be able to seek medical advice by themselves without their parents/guardians, if they want to”



Did a doctor ever refuse to give you medical advice because your parents/guardians were not with you in the room?


How much do you agree with the following statement? “A young person your age should always give consent to a doctor before receiving any medical treatment (e.g. injections)“



How much do you agree with the following statement? “I am capable enough to:” “vote (e.g. in national elections)”


Location (Urban/Rural)



How much do you agree with the following statement? “A young person your age should be allowed to leave school to work full-time if they want to"



How much do you agree with the following statement? “I am capable enough to:” “talk to a doctor by myself without my parents/guardians”




Did you ever avoid seeking medical advice because your parents/guardians had to be with you in the room?


Did you ever have a medical treatment that you did not want, but were forced to by your parents/guardians or doctor?




From what age can a young person be charged if they commit a crime?




“If one understands why he/she will vote…well, he/she does this consciously. If one knows that he/she will vote and not regret it later, why not let the person do this at 11?”

— Inga**, 12-years old, discussing the age at which young people should be able to vote in Ukraine in a mixed gender focus group of urban youths between the ages of 10 and 13


**Names have been changed to protect the privacy and confidentiality of focus group participants. For more on ethical considerations when conducting research with adolescents, please see our Methodology.