One month ago, we announced the incredible group of finalists for the UN SDG Action Awards, and now we have a special selection of ‘Honourable Mentions’ to share.
These initiatives demonstrate significant impact, creativity, innovation and replicability; however, as they could not be considered for the Awards due to their affiliation with Governments and/or the UN, they have been elevated for an Honourable Mention.
We’re thrilled to introduce them ahead of the upcoming SDG Action Awards Ceremony which will be hosted at the SDG Global Festival of Action on 25–26 March 2021.
Find out how they are turning it around for people and planet
Mobilizing young people across the world to report on climate research, impact and solutions within their communities through the power of film
Youth Climate Report mobilizes under-represented youth to share their stories about climate using film and digital mapping technology. 450+ films have been produced, of which 60 have been screened at COP.
Utilizing the latest app technology to increase awareness about the Global Goals and accelerate SDG progress through individual acts of change
Samsung’s Global Goals app highlights how simple actions can build a more sustainable future for all. The app is now on 80M+ Galaxy smartphones worldwide.
Making the Goals more accessible and relatable to people everywhere through creative media campaigns
The Be the One Campaign which includes the hit song “Let Me Be The One,” has reached 21+ million people and their leadership training program has been delivered to 9,500+ change makers in 156 countries.
Driving SDG action through global sequential storytelling campaigns on YouTube
YouTube partnered with Tribeca Enterprises, the UN, creative agencies and filmmakers to develop Change the Sequence. With 37M+ views, this initiative highlights how brands can harness creativity to build more equitable, sustainable, and inclusive societies.
Be the first to register for the SDG Global Festival of Action
The SDG Action global community’s annual meeting place is returning, bigger and bolder than ever from 25–26 March 2021! No longer confined by a physical location, the SDG Global Festival of Action will meet you wherever you are in a new virtual space.
The 2021 Festival will MOBILIZE, CONNECT and INSPIRE the global SDG Action community and — with a special spotlight on SDG Action Awards class of 2020.
Let’s come together to #TurnItAround for people and the planet!