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Global Goal Live:
The Possible Dream

Global Citizen, Teneo and the United Nations have partnered to lead the Global Goal Live Campaign.

Global Citizen, the international advocacy organization that engages millions of millennials around the world in the movement to end extreme poverty, Teneo and the United Nations, have partnered on Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream, a year-long campaign to secure the $350B needed annually to achieve the Global Goals in the 59 poorest countries to: end extreme poverty, tackle climate change and reduce inequality.

Private Sector Leaders Group

As part of the overall campaign, Global Citizen has partnered with Teneo, to create a Private Sector Leaders group in support of the Global Goals. These leaders are uniting to lead each of their sectors – from tech, to transport, to telecoms and media to consumer products – to generate new commitments towards the Goals. This group is being co-chaired by CEO champions from a range of industries.

If your corporation is interested in joining this initiative, please send an email to GGL@teneo.com

Latest News & Updates

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Priyanka Chopra-Jonas Joins Global Citizen and Teneo During the World Economic Forum to Urge World’s Billionaires to Give More as Part of Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream Campaign

International advocacy organization Global Citizen and Teneo, the world’s leading CEO advisory firm, were joined by actor, producer and activist, Priyanka Chopra-Jonas, in Davos, Switzerland today to urge the world’s billionaires to give at least 5% of their wealth away annually in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Global Citizen Ambassador Chopra-Jonas highlighted that $350 billion is still needed annually in order to achieve the Global Goals and end extreme poverty in the 59 poorest countries by 2030.

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Global Citizen Adds Dubai as Seventh Venue for Massive ‘Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream’ Event

Dubai has been announced as the seventh host city for the massive Sept. 26 Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream event. The event in Dubai, which is being produced by The Emirates, joins previously announced events in New York's Central Park, as well as broadcasts from Lagos, Nigeria, Seoul, South Korean and cities in Latin America and Europe.

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas is Partering With Global Goal Live to Urge Billionaires in Davos to End Extreme Poverty

Priyanka Chopra Jonas is partnering with Global Goal Live, a campaign led by Global Citizen and consulting firm Teneo. Chopra Jonas is heading to Davos to urge the world’s billionaires and leaders to use their wealth to end extreme poverty, address climate change and reduce inequity by 2030.

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Global Citizen Honours Richard Curtis, Sting, Amina J. Mohammed, and Hamdi Ulukaya

Global Citizen’s 2019 prize ceremony honoured those who have contributed to eradicating poverty on this planet.

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SuperM and BoA Join Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream

International advocacy organization Global Citizen, in partnership with Teneo, the global CEO advisory firm, today announced that Korean pop group SuperM, and Asian Star BoA will perform at the Asian event of Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream.

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Declan Kelly, Chairman & CEO of Teneo and Hugh Evans, CEO & Co-Founder of Global Citizen Interviewed on MSNBC

Teneo Chairman and CEO, Declan Kelly and Global Citizen CEO & Co-Founder, Hugh Evans, appeared on MSNBC to discuss their organizations’ partnership on “Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream,” a year-long campaign with the aim of keeping the world on track to meet the 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goals, including ending extreme poverty. See below for link to watch the full video.

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Declan Kelly, Chairman & CEO of Teneo and Hugh Evans, CEO and Co-Founder of Global Citizen, Interviewed on CNBC

CNBC’s David Faber sits down with Global Citizen Co-Founder Hugh Evans and Teneo Chairman & CEO Declan Kelly to discuss the T2 Summit as a forum for candid discussion on the most timely topics affecting business, politics and greater society. See below for link to watch the full video.

Press Release

Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream

Global Citizen Presents: Global Goal Live: The Possible Dream, a year-long campaign to culminate in a 10-hour global media event spanning 5 continents for the largest live-broadcast cause event in history in partnership with teneo, the campaign will mobilize citizens, corporations, governments, artists & philanthropists to…

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Teneo Teams Up With Global Citizen to Host Live Aid-type Concert

Teneo and Global Citizen, in partnership with music promoter Live Nation and Diversified Production Services, are planning a “10-hour global media event that will span five continents” on September 26th, 2020, to raise funds for a variety of causes. This broadcast event will cap off the Global Goal Live campaign, which aims to end extreme poverty by raising the $350 billion in additional funding needed annually to achieve the United Nations Global Goals in the world’s poorest 59 countries. Read the full Irish Times article by clicking on the link below.

Press Release

Campaign Set to Unite the World to Be Announced at Press Conference on September 26th

Global Citizen, in Partnership with Teneo, Presents: Global Goal Live, a year long campaign that culminates with a 10-hour global media event spanning 5 continents that will be the largest live-broadcast cause event in history. In partnership with Teneo, the campaign will mobilize citizens, corporations, governments,…

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Massive Live Concert Planned in the Spirit of Live Aid

Teneo and Global Citizen just announced the "Global Goal Live" campaign, which aims to raise the $350 billion that will be needed annually to achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals in the world's 59 poorest countries. The finale of this ambitious campaign will be a 10-hour, Live Aid-like performance, spanning five continents and broadcast live across the world. Read the full CNN article by clicking on the link below.