The Global Goals

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THE PROBLEM

 

The Sustainable Development Goals are 17 global goals set by the United Nations. They aim to do everything from ending poverty, to ensuring every child gets a high quality education, and even addressing climate change. 

They were agreed to by governments from across the world, but they can only be achieved if we - as individuals - come together to make them happen.

Yet, so few people know about them, and fewer still, know what they can do to make these aims a reality.

 

 
 
 

THE SOLUTION

 

We want to develop a project that makes the Global Goals relevant to people's day-to-day lives across the world. 

We don't have the answer. That's why we want to bring people together with a range of skills that can help to share ideas and develop a project to help solve this issue. 

This could involve anything from making people aware that they really can help to address the biggest problems the world faces today to just letting people know what the Global Goals are. It will be up to the project team to decide!

 
 
 

CAUSES

 
  • Environment

  • Animals

  • Children

  • Health

  • Rights

  • Communities

  • Culture

  • Social Welfare

  • Spirituality

  • Humanitarian Aid

 
 
 

STATUS

 

This is an idea and you can apply to join the team to make it happen.

 
 
 

WHO IS INVOLVED?

 

We're looking to recruit a team of people to develop this project.

 
 
 

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • To oversee the project: developing a detailed project plan and coordinating the team to make it happen. 

  • Time: 8 hours per week.

STRATEGY

  • To develop a strategy for the project, including how it can grow and eventually become sustainable.

  • Time: 4 hours per week.

WEB DEVELOPMENT

  • To help develop a very simple website on Squarespace.

  • Time: 8 hours per week.

MARKETING

  • To develop a marketing strategy to help promote the project.

  • Time: 4 hours per week.

WRITING

  • Writing relevant content for the website and various media outlets, including blog posts.

  • Time: 4 hours per week.

EVENTS

  • To develop original ideas for events relating to the project, as well as exploring other events already taking place that relate to the cause.

  • Time: 4 hours per week.

DESIGN

  • Design the website and corresponding marketing material, including a logo, posters and social media posts.

  • Time: 6 hours per week.

RESEARCH

  • Research into the most effective actions people can take in relation to the cause and the different NGOs operating in this area.

  • Time: 6 hours per week.

FUNDRAISING

  • Develop a fundraising plan that will help to fund the growth of the project, including exploring corporate sponsorship, grants from trusts and foundation and other fundraising streams.

  • Time: 4 hours per week.

VIDEOGRAPHY

  • To explore ideas of how videos could be used to support the project and develop relevant video content.

  • Time: 4 hours per week.

PHOTOGRAPHY

  • To explore how photography could be used to support the project and produce relevant photo content.

  • Time: 4 hours per week.