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ASEAN MY World survey: With 4 simple questions, the survey is available at https://asean.myworld2030.org/ and translated in all ASEAN languages. A series of toolkits and other resources are also available online to build the capacities of individuals and organizations to raise awareness on SDGs in their communities. The analysis of the initial responses to the survey will be presented at the ASEAN-UNDP-China Symposium on SDG Localization, taking place in Siem Reap, Cambodia, on 20-21 August 2018 and during the Global Day of Action taking place on 25 September 2018. This initiative is of particular importance as these outreach and advocacy efforts will feed into the discussions ahead of the 2019 HLPF focused on “Empowering people and ensuring inclusiveness and equality”.
SDG Youth Advocate: 25 young ASEAN MYWorld2030 Advocates will be selected to help raise awareness for the SDGs, collect citizen data and input using the ASEAN MY World 2030 survey and advocate for citizen engagement in the implementation of the SDGs. Feel free to share the call for applications among your networks: http://sdgactioncampaign.org/asean, the deadline is 18 May 2018. They will benefit from a peer network, as well as guidance with a series of webinars to build their skills – such as community mobilization, outreach, social media and more
MY World Partner: Note UN and CSO/youth organizations alike can become official MYWorld2030 partner by registering here: http://about.myworld2030.org/partners/. You can access online resources and toolkits, be informed about upcoming events & webinars, and more! Provided you register, you can even create/compile SDG-related data and create SDG visuals (all open source), which can be filtered based on your own organization (with your partner ID), country, age bracket, gender, disability status, and of course SDG.