How 'One for All' Campaign Aims to Change the World

It addresses issues like poverty, climate change and injustice.

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The world can seem like a dark place these days, but 193 countries have teamed up on “One for All,” a campaign to address the United Nations’ goals to solve issues like poverty, climate change and injustice, by 2030.

“One for All” communicates the U.N.’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a digestible way and encourages people to get involved through a social media campaign and PSA created by agency Mekanism and PVBLIC Foundation.

“The world’s in a pretty tough place right now—millions of people are living in extreme poverty and climate change is becoming more present,” said Daniel Thomas, spokesperson for the president of the UN General Assembly.

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