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ACCOUNTABILITY & MONITORING

MY World 2030

World We Want 2030

In every country via action-oriented citizen engagement activities, media brokering, and training for key focus groups. Also working to coordinate global communication campaigns with partners ensuring that those who are planning and implementing towards the SDGs have cutting edge tools and convene diverse local inclusive design networks of individuals and organizations who can help the implementation succeed.

Connecting action networks across the globe

MY WORLD 2030

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

MY World has shown how international organizations, together with civil society groups, can use data to feed people's perceptions and priorities into the heart of political processes.

- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

MY World 2030

The first phase of MY World - MY World 2015 - was designed to bring the voices of individual people into the political deliberations on the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and it has been highly successful in doing so. Over 9.7 million people have responded to the survey, and the results have fed into every part of the political process for creating the new goals. MY World 2015 has been cited as part of the High Level Panel deliberations, the Open Working Group discussions, the PGA consultations and the Independent Expert Group on Data.

As we look forward towards localization and implementation of the SDGs in line with the UNDG MAPS Framework, the next phase of MY World – MY World 2030– has been developed as an adaptable platform for citizen generated data and engagement with the SDGs. The MY World 2030 survey will allow people from around the world to tell the UN what they are passionate about in the SDG agenda and give a gauge of perceived progress over the next 15 years. The project will collect globally comparable data - both at scale and nationally representative – and nationally adaptive data to report back on SDG progress whilst also building dialogue between decision makers such as parliamentarians, local governments, mayors, and citizens in order to contribute a “people’s perspective” on how to implement the new agenda at different levels.

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MY World 2030

The first phase of MY World - MY World 2015 - was designed to bring the voices of individual people into the political deliberations on the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and it has been highly successful in doing so. Over 9.7 million people have responded to the survey, and the results have fed into every part of the political process for creating the new goals. MY World 2015 has been cited as part of the High Level Panel deliberations, the Open Working Group discussions, the PGA consultations and the Independent Expert Group on Data.

As we look forward towards localization and implementation of the SDGs in line with the UNDG MAPS Framework, the next phase of MY World – MY World 2030– has been developed as an adaptable platform for citizen generated data and engagement with the SDGs. The MY World 2030 survey will allow people from around the world to tell the UN what they are passionate about in the SDG agenda and give a gauge of perceived progress over the next 15 years. The project will collect globally comparable data - both at scale and nationally representative – and nationally adaptive data to report back on SDG progress whilst also building dialogue between decision makers such as parliamentarians, local governments, mayors, and citizens in order to contribute a “people’s perspective” on how to implement the new agenda at different levels.

Connecting action networks across the globe

THE WORLD WE WANT

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

THE WORLD WE WANT

This collaborative platform between civil society and the UN has facilitated online portions of the UNDG 11 thematic consultations, 100 national consultations, and the UNDG Dialogues on Implementation. In addition, WWW features more than 1600 outcome documents from over 20 datasets (an estimated more than 1 million qualitative inputs) which include Post-2015 consultations by: CSOs, academia, UN Global Compact. These datasets also include award-wining solutions from indigenous communities and from academia, therefore becoming a place for local solutions to be shared and learnt from, a space for open-knowledge, open-data, and cooperation. WWW has therefore become a one-stop shop for people’s engagement with policy making. It has also allowed policy makers to better understand the needs and priorities of their constituents through data visualizations and timely reports and infographics such as the Peoples Voices Briefs for the Open Working Group, and the People's Voices Box for the President of the UNGA.

LINKING LOCAL GROUPS TO GLOBAL CAMPAIGNS

The UN Campaign is working with partners to help follow through on commitments made by the media and advertising industry to build creative assets, develop campaigns and secure media space for the SDGs.

UN Teams, Member States

The Campaign will offer customized support packages for UN country teams and member states to create national level design networks for advocacy and public engagement through both online and offline streams ensuring inclusive participation of all global citizens

8.5 Million Votes

votes have been gathered from around the world.

1,000 PARTNERS

from civil society, through local governments, private sector and faith based.

194 COUNTRIES

number of countries to date who have participated in My World.