Will You Light the Way to a Better Future?

18 Sep 2015

This world stands on the brink of truly historic change. On the 25th September, presidents and prime ministers from 193 countries will meet in New York for the UN Sustainable Development Summit. Here, the new Global Goals will be adopted that will address three of the most pressing issues of our time - poverty, inequality and climate change.

On Thursday 24th September campaigners around the world, from London to Sydney to Johannesburg, will come together under one sky. This our chance to make the goals famous.  As night falls in London, 2015 people will line up on Millennium Bridge to light the way to a better world. Will you join us?

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Event Details:

When: Thursday 24th September, 6pm-8pm

Where: Millennium Bridge, London

Register:  All attendees MUST register for a free ticket here

If you would like to meet us beforehand, we will be meeting at the RESULTS UK office at 5pm. For more details, please email emily.cabon@results.org.uk

If you can not make it to London on Thursday 24th September, why not join the digital action and share a picture of light using the hashtag #LightTheWay.

By sharing photos of light, from candles to a star-lit sky, we will shine a light on the global goals and stand in solidarity with thousands of people across the globe to remind world leaders to #LightTheWay for a better future.

Find out more and see all the wonderful pictures here


Naveed Chaudhri

Head of Campaigns

Naveed Chaudhri is the Head of Campaigns. Naveed’s passion is to help build grassroots campaigns networks to increase public support for improving the lives of people in poor communities. Previously working at Oxfam and VSO, he has long experience managing activism and campaigning programmes,...


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