Saturday, May 2, 2015

Global Daily Launched as May Mobilization Month Takes Off

TWS||Nick Waigwa 
A news and information website has been launched to facilitate easier &quick access to the latest information on the development agenda.
The launch of the website as announced by the Senior Communications Officer, International Development Policy at the United Nations Foundation, Kathryn Graczyk comes just months away from the summits in September and December.

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Kathryn says the website is a news aggregator site that will curate and feature sourced original content from around the web to accommodate the growing amount of news and resources on emerging development issues which are informing the global conversation around international development.
The Global Daily as a daily resource website will also feature opinion pieces, videos, photos, resources/links, and ways to connect via social media.
The site will consider for publication blogs, Videos, and news stories on the important action/2015 mobilizations and activitions taking place across the globe.
Action/2015 members can write to Kathryn Graczyc through or contact them via Twitter:  @globaldaily or Facebook: /globaldaily2030 to learn more about the Global Daily
Meanwhile the May month of mobilization is already rolling with a basketful of activities as governments negotiate and make their final preparations for the post-2015 summit in September and the COP21 climate negotiations in December.
Action/2015 coalition members will take advantage of the month-long mobilization to illustrate to governments the movement’s strength and their demand to governments to deliver on ambitious policies for the benefit of people and planet.

The May Mobilisation Month also offers opportunities to work in partnership across the globe on a series of themed May Days of Action and individuals or organizations can participate by joining a Global Day of Action, hold an event or do an online activism.

Individuals or organizations that would like participate can contact for additional information.

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