Nelson Mandela, one of the world’s greatest activists who fought to see an equal world free from poverty, would have turned 100 this year. To celebrate his legacy and to continue the fight against extreme poverty, we are launching 'Be the Generation' — and we need your help.
Be a Global Citizen. Take action for global health, education, gender equality and nutrition and you could earn tickets to Global Citizen Live London at O2 Academy Brixton on 17 April.
Together, we can Be the Generation to end extreme poverty.
Complete all the actions and enter before 22 March and you could earn tickets to the concert.
Impact 13 million actions taken, 1.75 billion lives set to be affected
Over the last six years, millions of Global Citizens around the world have taken over 13 million actions to solve the world's biggest challenges. That’s 13 million emails, tweets, petition signatures and phone calls targeting world leaders to end extreme poverty by 2030. To date, the actions by our global community have resulted in $35 billion in commitments and policy announcements that will affect the lives of 1.75 billion people by 2030.Find out more...
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