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“My World” survey: let's put culture in the spotlight!

Post 2015
May 7, 2014

Launched by the United Nations in 2013, My World is an online survey that encourages people from all over the world to express their views on the priorities to be included in the post-2015 development agenda. Speak out!

To date, more than 2 million answers have already been collected. My World is a privileged communication channel between citizens and governments. It invites citizens to help defining the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The consultation has entered its second phase since January 2014.

From May 5 to 11, the United Nations set up a “Global Week for Action” as a worldwide mobilization effort to gather 500,000 extra votes. Make your voice heard and answer the "My World" survey, directly from this page (see below).

The survey offers you to vote for 6 out of 16 pre-defined thematic priorities. Yet, it is possible to suggest other priorities. At Culture(s) with Vivendi, we suggested to include a 17th priority focus on culture. As a manifestation of human dignity and a source of economic growth and social cohesion, culture is at the heart of sustainable development. Thus, it should be included in the United Nations post-2015 agenda. Let's put culture in the spotlight of "the world we want! »

Cultures with

Roberta Oster Sachs, Emmy Award-winning TV Producer and Leadership Trainer

May 9, 2014

"Producing stories about women’s rights, social issues and human rights, I saw how culture played a key role in each story through the characters I interviewed".

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Culture and the Post-2015 goals on the agenda of the UN General Assembly

May 5, 2014

A thematic debate about “Culture and Sustainable Development in the post-2015 development agenda” will be held at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Monday 5, 2014.

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