UN launches My World campaign and asks people what is necessary for a better world
24 January 2013 - The United Nations, in partnership with the World Wide Web Foundation and the Overseas Development Institute, with the support of partners from around the planet, is conducting a global survey for citizens to know what their priorities are to build a better world. The results of this survey will be shared with the world leaders that will define the post-2015 global development agenda, which will build upon the Millennium Development Goals, addressing inequalities that still persist and new challenges that affect the planet.
As the UN wants this new agenda to be the result of a truly open and inclusive process, that involves people from all over the world and from all social groups, it is conducting a worldwide survey called My World, created as a tool to include the voice of everyone in this global dialogue.
My World is a multiple choice survey that allows everyone to tell the United Nations and global leaders - and in particular the Secretary General's High Level Panel - what should be the main issues addressed by the post-2015 agenda. My World asks people what are the six issues, a total of 16, which they think would make the most difference to their lives.
Do not miss the chance to participate and give your opinion on how to build a better world.