Sydney Opera House lit up in SDGs colours to show support for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Sydney: Sydney Opera House lit up in SDGs colours to show support for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals . The World We Want, a global impact enterprise established with the mission of unlocking the collective impact of people, ideas, networks and technologies to accelerate the pace of progress towards achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Co-founded by Natasha Mudhar, a global campaigner and SDGs activist, Natasha was appointed the India Director for the Global Goals campaign by Project Everyone, co-founded by filmmaker and UN SDG Advocate Richard Curtis, launched in 2015 to popularise the SDGs to 1.27bn people in India.
With just a decade left for the delivery of the SDGs Natasha is organising a high level international summit in India to kick start the 10 year strategy for the global south and the north to collaborate across governments, public and private sector, academia and activists to accelerate progress on achieving the SDGs by 2030.
We wanted to check if you would be interested in connecting with Natasha Mudhar, for any expert commentary to opinion editorials. Some of the conversations she can comment on include:
Most of the conversations around the SDGs are reserved in the Global North – she is campaigning to unlock the potential of a collaboration between the Global North and South in achieving the SDGs
Why a country in the Global South could be a benchmark in achieving the SDGs
The inequality is in the open: Whilst the Global North h olds one quarter of the world’s population but controls four-fifths of the world’s income, the Global South inversely bears three quarters of the world’s population with access to only one fifth of the world’s income.
The need to create open conversations and dialogues for better engagements between nations to bridge the divide