SDG Global Festival Of Action : Let’s #TurnItAround For People & Planet

SDG Global Festival Of Action
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SDG Global Festival of Action : Innovation, inspiration & Entertainment
Bring together the global community together to drive action towards the SDGs


In the fifth SDG Global Festival of Action, powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign, finds new ways to inspire, mobilise and connect people and organisations to take action on the SDGs. In light of the pandemic, the Festival will be held in a dynamic virtual space with six different stages, featuring plenary sessions, lightning talks, performances, interactive workshops, exhibitions and a space to connect with leaders, changemakers, activists, private sector and more.
This year also includes the first regional spin-off edition – the SDGs Global Festival of Action from Japan, highlighting local SDG efforts by various stakeholders and experts. And last but not least, the SDG Action Awards Ceremony celebrates transformative projects that accelerate action towards the Goals and is held on 25 March.
Join a community of thousands of other inspiring individuals, SDG stakeholders and policy makers, take the opportunity to network and share your vision. 

WHEN & WHERE       

On 25 and 26 March 2021, the full Festival program will take place on the virtual platform, including workshops, networking spaces, exhibits and more.
Live and pre-recorded sessions featured on the Main Stage will be in English. simultaneously translated into French and Spanish, and signed in International Sign Language for full accessibility and will also be streamed live in English only on UN Web TV. On the Japan Stage, sessions will be in English and Japanese and signed in International Sign Language. Visit the programme and add specific sessions to your online calendar.


Each year the SDG Global Festival of Action brings together youth activists, social entrepreneurs, tech innovators, filmmakers, and cutting-edge creatives to interact with each other, as well as with mayors, civil society networks, private sector companies, media, government and UN leaders.  
Audience is joining the festival from 180+ countries, and over 10k have already registered to attend with female participants currently at 54%, and with a large youth engagement – from the global south in particular. Many participants are already taking action for the SDGs, and the Festival aims to inspire and connect people to learn from each other and scale up efforts around the world.
UN SDG Action Campaign is a universal entry point for citizens to interact with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and support the efforts to implement them. In October 2015, the UN Secretary General sanctioned the new mandate of the Campaign for the next 15 years to contribute to SDG achievement by building and maintaining political will for the Goals, as well as by encouraging and supporting multi-stakeholder engagement in the implementation of Agenda 2030. 
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