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Nothing But Nets champion Tom Cavanagh grew up in West Africa, where he contracted malaria as a child. While he was lucky to overcome it, many are not as lucky. You can help end malaria – and look good doing it! Buy exclusive apparel designed by Tom and all proceeds will go to send nets and protect children from this deadly but preventable disease. Act now: Represent.com/Tom

Tom Cavanagh "Nothing But Net" Charity Tee

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Yesterday, we kicked-off #SDGLive at the World Economic Forum! Catch what you may have missed, and tune in on Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00-1:00pm ET for more discussions on the Sustainable Development Goals! Watch: [ Bit.ly Link ]
In one hour, join #SDGLive at the World Economic Forum in Davos and hear from thought leaders from across the world. Watch Executive Director of UNFPA Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Women Deliver CEO Katja Iversen, Executive Secretary of UNFCCC Patricia Espinosa and many more. Watch live here: sdglive.org
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos is this week! Watch one of the foremost gatherings of leaders from across sectors to share ideas and discuss industry, regional, and global agendas. #SDGLive brings these discussions directly to you. Learn more at sdglive.org
On January 16th, the Business and Sustainable Development Commission released it's Better Business, Better World report. Big business and finance need to regain public trust and embracing more sustainable and inclusive economic models. Read the full report→report.businesscommission.org
Dr. King devoted his life to the ideals of equality, justice, peace, and human rights. His life continues to inspire people and institutions around the world. What are you doing for others?
As the world continues to work toward achieving global agreements to end poverty, promote prosperity for all, and protect the planet, follow along with the Global Goals discussions in Davos from January 17-19! Learn more and watch live at sdglive.org.
To get where we need to go, we need to know what we have achieved. Join the UN World Data Forum on January 15-18 2017 and explore progress in #GlobalGoals data: [ Undataforum.org Link ]
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos is one of the foremost gatherings to bring together leaders from across sectors to share ideas and discuss industry, regional, and global agendas. #SDGLive brings these discussions directly to you. Learn more
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Just a week and a half into 2017, you may have already abandoned your resolutions to hit the gym, read more, or eat better. So why not replace them with a resolution (or five) for a happier, healthier planet? 5 climate resolutions for 2017 →[ Ow.ly Link ]
Girl Up Champion Cara Delevingne and Deputy Director Anna Blue meet with a refugee girl at UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency's Busia border entry point in northern Uganda. Fleeing violence in #SouthSudan, over 450,000 refugees have arrived in Uganda since July. Learn more about you can stand #WithRefugees and support Girl Up's partnership with UNHCR helping thousands of refugee girls in Uganda go...
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In an interconnected world, 4 global leaders from the UN Foundation Board share why United Nations matters:

4 Global Leaders Share Why the UN Matters

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"The United Nations was born from war. Today, we must be here for peace."-- United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres

U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres: My vision for a better United Nations

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In an era of challenge, progress doesn’t happen by accident; it happens because of action. Positive change is never a given, but we can create it if we can come together with common purpose.

Here are 10 facts to inspire collective action for a more just and equal world: [ Bit.ly Link ]

10 Facts to Remind Us that Global Action Matters

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In an era of challenge, progress doesn’t happen by accident; it happens because of action. Positive change is never a given, but we can create it if we can come together with common purpose.

Here are 10 facts to inspire collective action for a more just and equal world: [ Bit.ly Link ]
An interview with UNFPA reveals how unlocking the potential of today's 10 year-olds, will benefit us all.

10-Year-Old Girls are the Sustainable Development Goals Generation

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