This 7 day campaign has a two part theme : ‘Why Multilateralism Matters’ and ‘Make UN75 Count’ which are intertwined together. and ending with a big celebration on the International Day of Multilateralism.
|This part of the campaign explains the urgent importance and need for multilateralism by highlighting different global issues that warrant a global governance reform process and a strengthened international cooperation.||We urge our governments to use the UN 75th anniversary as a catalyst for an intergovernmental process to advance global governance reform and innovation, offering our collective recommendations for strengthening the UN and the broader global governance system.|
|Day 1: April 18||Global Pandemic||Better Funded UN|
|Day 2: April 19||Global Economy / Inequality||Gender Equality|
|Day 3: April 20||Rise of Nationalism||Global Governance/ Post 75 Process/ Multi-stakeholder for an interdependent world|
|Day 4: April 21||Migration||People Centered UN|
|Day 5: April 22||Peace & Security||Sustainable Peace|
|Day 6: April 23||Climate Change||SDG|
|Call to Action||Post a 30-60 second video of why multilateralism matters to you or your organization. Be sure to tag UN2020 with the hashtags #MultilateralismMatters #makeUN75count #UN2020||Repost or share UN2020’s posts and tag UN Ambassadors, UN missions, your country’s Foreign Minister, the UN Secretary-General, the President of the General Assembly, asking them to make UN75 count. Be sure to tag UN2020 as well as use #MultilateralismMatters and #makeUN75count|
International Day of Multilateralism
On April 24th, we’ll end with a high note and a celebration. We have exciting plans you’ll have to wait to find out about!
Call to Action : Take a selfie with a globe/map and if you have fun 2020 glasses from New Year’s Day wishing your followers Happy International Day of Multilateralism with the #MultilateralismMatters #makeun75count #UN2020 and tag UN2020.
Find out what the handles for your UN Ambassador or missio, your country’s Foreign Minister, the UN Secretary-General and the President of the General Assembly