SDG Supporters Launch Worldwide Publicity Campaign At U.N.

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Celebrities, artists launch campaign backing U.N. development goals
“Supporters of global goals to end poverty and promote human rights, an agenda that goes before the United Nations this month, kicked off a massive campaign this week, saying publicity is key to winning the backing of world leaders. The campaign will use radio spots, social media, advertisements, and a star-studded concert in New York to highlight the proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), said filmmaker Richard Curtis, one of the organizers…” (Wulfhorst, 9/4).

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