Voices of SDG16+: Share your stories by May 15 for the chance to join us at the UN

Namati and Justice For All invite you to participate in an exciting opportunity to share your story on how you are advancing Justice For All in your community.

Through the Voices of SDG16+ Stories for Global Action digital campaign, we are collecting video stories about creative action for more peaceful, just, and inclusive societies. Submit your video and enter for a chance to see it screened in New York during the High Level Political Forum. A small number of entrants will also be selected to come to New York to present your work to the UN in person this July - see their website for more information on this opportunity.

Submission deadline: Wednesday May 15th, 2019 by 6:00pm EST

Videos received after the deadline are eligible to be showcased but will not be considered for subsidised participation in the event.

For more information, follow the link below:


As May 15th approaches, I wanted to make sure members had the chance to see and participate in this opportunity.

Do you or a member of your organization have a story that deserves highlighting internationally? All you need is a smart phone for the chance for your work to be showcased at the United Nations upcoming review of SDG 16 taking place in July at the High Level Political Forum.

Many entrants are making short videos on their phones and sharing stories of how their work is advancing SDG 16. We know that our members are doing the important work of resolving injustices across the globe, often without recognition, and we hope to have these stories heard widely.

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Only 8 days left to submit your videos for the chance to have your organization’s work showcased at the United Nations! The deadline is May 15.

Share your story here



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