What happens when world leaders meet for development related discussions at an international forum? While they focus on their expansion drive to pledge sustainable development, it is only the active participation by the citizens that the sustainable boomlet can pick the required momentum. To scale success not just keeping with the dates of the summit but causing the action is required. Ergo, join action/2015.
Organized after a whopping gap of 15 years, this opportunity knocks the door in 2015. Our world leaders are set to bring in the next 15 years Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). And before they decide our fate, we must decide it for ourselves.
Action/2015 is a global movement made up of thousands of organizations, coalitions and partnerships calling for concrete actions and ambitious agreements for people and the planet by the end of 2015. It aims at uniting over 27 million people organized by 2000 organizations in 150 countries. So mobilize yourself and people around you by spreading awareness about UNGA meeting
Action/2015 is a global movement made up of thousands of organizations, coalitions and partnerships calling for concrete actions and ambitious agreements for people and the planet by the end of 2015, uniting over 27 million people organized by 2000 organizations in 150 countries. Not only yourself but mobilize people around you too and make them aware of this year’s UNGA meeting.
Be the pioneers of your area and decide for the development it needs. Acquaint your world leaders with the reality and your true aspirations, with action2015. Action/2015 is a 2020 world over organizations’ movement where organizations represent their localities and take the development reins in their hands. From asking the PM to “light the way” to presenting him with a pictorial data of the grim reality, volunteers will take the responsibility. To accentuate the importance further, people all over the world may indulge in various events, on 24th September, i.e. the date of the meeting.
Make your leader sign on your country’s needed developments and not just on fleeting paper promises. It is only your support can advent the changes we wish to see incorporated in our country’s law and development strategies.
-By Shruti Vats
This article has been edited by Gagandeep Kaur