Add Your message to Voices for Change

September is a huge month in the Global Goals calendar – it marks the anniversary of the Goals (this year we turn 6!), the start of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) and Global Goals Week.

Every year we look forward to it with anticipation and excitement, and this year is no exception.


Tomorrow, as global leaders start to gather for UNGA and as we countdown to one of the most significant conferences on climate change (known as COP26) taking place in Glasgow, this November, we are presented with a crucial time to ensure people around the world are heard.

That’s why with partners ranging from the World’s Largest Lesson to Scouts and many more, we’ve launched a new campaign.

Voices for Change will bring together the voices and passions of people from around the world, all in support of the Global Goals.

For us to tackle the world’s greatest challenges, from ending poverty to reducing inequalities and fulfilling everyone’s human rights, climate action must be achieved, and the Global Goals must be realised.


Do you want to see cleaner oceans? Or a future where women have the same rights as men? Do you want to see racial equality achieved?


Whether you’re a climate campaigner, a gender activist or someone who just wants to see real change in your lifetime, we want to hear from you.


We’re calling for people around the world to add their voice to  and leave their message for change. We’ve partnered with Google Arts and Culture to turn these voices into a unique interactive online experience which will be showcased this November in Glasgow.


Whether you’re in Lagos, Nairobi or Delhi, your voice matters. So why wait? Add your voice today.


You have until the 15th October to share your message.

Our full list of partners taking part in the campaign are: World’s Largest Lesson, Global Goals Week, SDG Action Campaign, Scouts, Earthrise Studios, ONE, Restless Development, Help Age International, One Young World, The Diana Award, Action for Sustainable Development, CARE International, Humanity and Inclusion,