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UNRIC campaigns

In an organized effort to promote the work of the United Nations system, raise awareness and influence international decision making, there are a number of campaigns being organized throughout the year that the public can take part in.

MY World: Global Survey

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MyWorld-bannerVote for the changes that would make the most difference to your world

The United Nations and partners want to hear from YOU! MY World is a global survey asking you to choose your priorities for a better world. Results will be shared with world leaders in setting the next global development agenda. Tell us about the world you want, because your voice matters.

Vote to end AIDS

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votetoendaidsThe United Nations has launched a broad consultation process for the next global development goals.

The original Millennium Development Goals that Member States agreed to in 2000 include a goal focused on the AIDS response.

A “get out the vote” campaign has been launched to help make Ending AIDS a priority. Everyone who feels that AIDS should be one of the top issues can write-in “End AIDS”.

Make your voice heard.

Work4Youth (W4Y)

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w4yThe Work4Youth Project is a five-year partnership between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and The MasterCard Foundation that aims to promote decent work opportunities for young men and women through knowledge and action.

The “W4Y” project is an example of a Public Private Partnership.

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Zero Hunger Challenge

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ZeroHungerChallengeEliminating hunger involves investments in agriculture, rural development, decent work, social protection and equality of opportunity. It will make a major contribution to peace and stability and to the reduction of poverty. It will contribute to better nutrition for all – especially women from the beginning of pregnancy and children under the age of two. The United Nations Secretary-General gives top priority to the elimination of hunger. He appreciates the bold leadership by many from government, civil society, business, labour unions, consumer groups and the scientific community. They succeed through working together.

Think.Eat.Save

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thinkeatsave-logoConsumers, Food Industry and Government All Have Role to Play in Reducing 1.3 Billion Tonnes of Food Wasted or Lost Each Year

The Think.Eat.Save campaign of the Save Food Initiative, is a partnership between UNEP, FAO and Messe Düsseldorf, and in support of the UN Secretary-General’s Zero Hunger Challenge.

The new campaign specifically targets food wasted by consumers, retailers and the hospitality industry.

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Act against Corruption. Promote the MDGs.

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act logo Corruption is a serious crime that can undermine social and economic development in all societies.

No country, region or community is immune.

UNODC and UNDP have developed a joint global campaign, focusing on how corruption hinders efforts to achieve the internationally agreed upon Millennium Development Goals and impacts education, health, justice, democracy, prosperity and development.

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