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#TheWorldNeedsMore…

Today is World Humanitarian Day. Listen to Valerie Amos, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, explain what this day is for and how we can turn words into action! 

This year the World Humanitarian Day project is a month-long campaign of events around the world to raise much-needed funds to continue the effort to help others. This is done through the power of WORDS. Brands, organizations and individuals can sponsor words to support projects that are helping people on the ground – so every time you say #TheWorldNeedsMore #Equality, you actually support a more equal world!

We are raising our voices on this day and sharing what we think #TheWorldNeedsMore.

#theworldneedsmore #equality says Farah Mohammed, Girls' Globe Blogger, Jamaica

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#theworldneedsmore #justice says Diane Fender, Girls' Globe Blogger, USA

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#TheWorldNeedsMore #Compassion says @MariWiklander, Girls' Globe Blogger, Sweden

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#theworldneedsmore #peace and #democracy – Marcia Banasko, Girls' Globe Blogger, UK

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#theworldneedsmore Gloria Steinems! – Elisabeth Epstein, Girls' Globe Blogger, USA

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Read more, raise your voice, sponsor words and donate to what you think the world needs more of! The campaign continues 37 more days, so say something and create change!

Go to WorldHumanitarianDay.org

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Category: Refugees
Tagged with: #Compassion    #TheWorldNeedsMore    Equality    Health    justice    UNHCR    Valerie Amos    WHD2013    World Humanitarian Day

Julia Wiklander

@juliasglobe

Julia Wiklander is the Founder and President of Girls' Globe. With a passion to inspire people, Julia believes in all people's equal rights, and that highlighting positive change is essential for development. Julia is also a mother, a blogger (of course) and an economist.

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