Later this year the BBC is launching Generation Next, a week of special programmes dedicated to understanding and exploring the world through the eyes of the next generation.
We want to find out what the two billion people under the age of 18 think is important, what they feel about the big issues of the day, and what stories we should be covering in Generation Next.
Here on World Have Your Say we'll be trying to hear from as many under-18s as we can, talking about what they want to talk about.
If you are under 18 then please get in touch - or if you know anyone under 18 ask them to contact us. If you're an old codger like me then please tell us what you want to hear from tomorrow's adults.
We've had some good programmes in the past with young people. Most recently, we heard from children in Lebanon and Israel about the conflict there.
And in March we broadcast for two hours from Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington DC, and had the pupils there talking to students in Israel, France and Kenya.
We could do try something like that again, or perhaps some students would like to help make the programme, or decide what we talk about. Please let us know by using the comment for below or emailing email@example.com.
And if you want to find out what the rest of the BBC is doing, please go here.