Goals Meet World

Who we are and why we do what we do....

By Project Everyone

Times Square, Global Goals Billboard (2015)Project Everyone

In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals.

These goals have the power to create a better world by 2030, by ending poverty, fighting inequality and addressing the urgency of climate change.

And we made it our mission to make them famous.

North Pole Goals Flag (2015)Project Everyone

We took them from the North Pole...

Explorer Inge Solheim raises the flag representing Goal 13, Climate Action, in the community closest to the North Pole.

Global Goals flag, Zero Hunger, Nepal (2015)Project Everyone

To Nepal...

The Goal 2, Zero Hunger flag being raised at a school in Nepal.

Malala Flag (2015)Project Everyone

We enlisted the help of activists...

Malala is an awe-inspiring activist who has spent, and risked, her life fighting for equal rights to a Quality Education.

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We enlisted the help of Mr Bean to spread the word on the Global Goals with a short animation. 

Greta Thunberg Flotilla (2019)Project Everyone

To help spread the word.

In August 2019 climate activist Greta Thunberg sailed from the UK to New York to attend the United Nations Climate Action summit - on her arrival at the harbour she was greeted with flotilla of Global Goals boats. 

We worked with world famous writers...

In 2020 we worked with Indian author Arundhati Roy to create an animation of her beautiful message on the global struggle to fight Covid-19, and the hope of a better world when we emerge. 


Burna Boy performing his powerful song 'Level Up' for Nations United.

And filmmakers...

In the run up to both COP and the G7 being held in the UK we joined the Climate Coalition and worked with director Adam Smith to create the Choose Life campaign, encouraging both government and public to take action on the climate crisis. 

To tell the world about the Global Goals!

We created an animation to kick off 2021 with the message that the Goals are the answer. 

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