This short film of approximately 30 min provides an excellent way to introduce the United Nation (UN) Sustainable Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to your students. It sets the scene of how, especially as a result of the COVID-19 experience, we must all take the necessary action to change our lifestyle so that it becomes sustainable.
Nations United is a special, first of its kind film, created by the UN on its 75th Anniversary and to mark five years since the adoption of the SDGs. In the midst of a pandemic radically transforming our world, Nations United tells the story of the world as it is, as it was, and as it could be. It focuses on the solutions and action we need to tackle climate change, poverty, inequality and injustice.
Featuring the UN Secretary-General António Guterres and UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed, Malala Yousafzai, Don Cheadle, Michelle Yeoh, Forest Whitaker, Thandie Newton, Sugata Mitra and an exclusive performance from Grammy nominated singer Burna Boy, and a new version of a previous UN performance by multi-Grammy award winning artist, Beyoncé.
Chapter 1: 5:09 - Climate and our planet
Chapter 2: 11:15 Poverty and inequality
Chapter 3 : 19:25 Justice and Human Rights
Chapter 4: 23:30 - Gender equality
To learn and explore more about Climate Change from the UN go HERE
07 Gennaio 2021