What's the plan?

If we’re going to solve the world’s toughest problems, every day counts.

At the start of this year, world leaders committed to the Global Goals to end poverty, inequalities and climate change. We as young people have pledged to use our Youth Power to make sure those promises are turned into reality.

So what we want to know is, what’s the plan? Let’s work together with our world leaders to make sure these Global Goals get off to the best start. Every country should have a plan for how they will make the Global Goals a reality.

Show your #YouthPower and get your leaders to commit to making a plan. You can use this template letter to write to your leaders and ask them what their plan is for the Global Goals.

celebrating 100 days of the global goals

On the 100th day of the Global Goals coming into effect, young campaigners from around the world launched the 'What's the plan' action by asking their leaders to show their plan to end poverty, inequality and climate change.

Some of the highlights of the day on social media are featured here and below is a list of some of the offline actions that took place around the world:

BENIN - Club UEMOA pour l'Intégration advocating on ado fm

BURKINO FASORéseau des Jeunes pour le Développement Durable au Burkina Faso (RJEDD/BF) hosting forum with young people and Honourable Minister of Economy, Finance and Development

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Jeunes Volontaires pour l'Environnement / RDC (JVE-DRC) briefing and writing to minister of planning

CAMEROONPROMISE Africa hosting dance and photo exhibtion

GHANA- Global Alliance for Development Foundation(GADeF) meeting with 50 youth in asutifi north

KENYAOrganization of African Youth hosting a training youth engagement on the sdgs, Sosurwo Fonds Kenya Organization organising meeting with national cabinet secretary office, and Sisterhood for Change and Empowerment Center hosting goal commitmemnt exercise with young people.

NIGERIA- International Center for Accelerated Development hosting community meeting in jos, done hosting press conference, Pearls Africa are having youth meeting about stand with eva campaign, and DEAN Initiative are bringing together there young global goals ambassadors with policy makers. 

UK - Restless Development going on an interactive Youth Power Pursuit tour of London

UGANDA - Alliance for Sustainable Health and Wealth in Africa hosting live radio debate with local leaders

ZIMBABWE - National Association of Youth Organisations (NAYO AFRICA) on zmbc tv's breakfast show

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