Dienstag, 19. November 2019

Concrete ideas for a better world

Episode of 1 November

Who wants to run or is running a campaign to address a global problem? The Together First Campaign consultation is open until January 10, 2020 for the best ideas to improve the global system.

Some of these ideas may be new, others will be around for a while. But more than the ideas themselves is of interest how they will be implemented. That's why the consultation is largely focused on what is needed to achieve meaningful change.


From today's TF Team announcement:
"Once the ideas are in, we will launch our online portal – an interactive listing of all the campaigns working towards a safer, fairer and more sustainable world. Each idea submitted will get its own page, so make sure your campaign is represented!

The listing will be fed in to the process the UN is running throughout 2020 - the UN's 75th anniversary year. Together First will host a number of different online and offline events around the world in the spring of 2020 to draw attention to ideas in this database and to see which ones resonate the most.

As a broad coalition from all regions, we will then throw our weight behind several of the most promising proposals and campaign for them to be adopted by member states at the UN’s 75th anniversary Global Summit in September 2020.

So if you are trying to change the world, please fill in our form and help us to help you! Together we are stronger!"
More information:
  • Guide explaining the consultation process in detail (PDF).
  • Report by UN expert Sam Daws on "howto save the world" - 10 lessons to ensure that campaigns on these issues have a real impact (PDF).
  • Login page
If you have any questions or need assistance in submitting proposals, please contact the TF team directly:
info@together1st.org

After reading the advisory guide, I would say that this is a very demanding and target-oriented action. This is not for fixed world rescue fantasies or people who believe they can change the world with protest alone.

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