An Intergenerational Dialogue on the World You Want
13 May 2014 |16h15 – 17h45 (CET)
As the 2015 deadline of the Millennium Development Goals draws near, the international community is preparing to define a new global framework for the future. With half of the world’s population under 25 and set to inherit this post-2015 world, it is critical that the views and perspectives of young people are at the heart of this discussion and that they have their say in the post-2015 decisions.
Recognising the valuable role that young people can play in shaping future development goals, the Kofi Annan Foundation and the United Nations Foundation are hosting a dialogue between global leaders and young people on the development priorities of particular importance to them: a good education, better job opportunities, better healthcare and action on climate change.
Join the Dialogue on 13 May and have your say on the world you want:
– Follow all of the activity on Twitter and like us on Facebook:
– Use social media to send us your questions for Kofi Annan and other members of the UN Foundation Board on the post-2015 development agenda, and;
– Tell the United Nations which issues matter most to you by voting on MY World, the UN’s first global survey on the future we want.
You can vote here: www.kaf.myworld2015.org