German Group Lobbies for Child's Right to Vote In Germany, a nonprofit organization makes a child's right to vote the centerpiece of its agenda. The German Family Association says giving children the right to vote would force politicians to pay more attention to the younger generation and lead to policies that could reverse the country's dropping birth rate. Hear NPR's Emily Harris.
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German Group Lobbies for Child's Right to Vote

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German Group Lobbies for Child's Right to Vote

German Group Lobbies for Child's Right to Vote

German Group Lobbies for Child's Right to Vote

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In Germany, a nonprofit organization makes a child's right to vote the centerpiece of its agenda. The German Family Association says giving children the right to vote would force politicians to pay more attention to the younger generation and lead to policies that could reverse the country's dropping birth rate. Hear NPR's Emily Harris.