Project Everyone

First Floor, 138 Portobello Road
London
London
W11 2DZ
United Kingdom

About Project Everyone

ABOUT THE GLOBAL GOALS 

In September 2015, 193 world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. If these Goals are completed, it would mean an end to extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030. 

These Global Goals will help address the world’s most pressing problems from the refugee crisis to disease, humanitarian disasters to terrorism and war, and they will ensure that no one is left behind. 

We can be the first generation to achieve this vision but only if we make the Goals famous, financed and focused. 

ABOUT PROJECT EVERYONE

Project Everyone was devised by Richard Curtis (filmmaker and founder of Comic Relief), and is executed by a team of communications and campaign specialists who sit at the heart of a global network of civil society organisations, public sector partners, brands, government departments, UN agencies, public figures and social influencers.

We exist to make the Global Goals famous and universally known, and to establish them as the framework by which governments, businesses, and citizens take action and make progress towards a fairer world by 2030. 

“People can only fight for their rights if they know what they are.”  – Richard Curtis 

We use our creative and strategic resources to produce content and curate events for all of our audiences across digital platforms, advertising sites, media outlets, social channels, in offline forums and to garner press attention. 

By focusing on a theme each year for our campaigns and action we are able to shine a spotlight on specific goals as they become relevant to media and across popular culture. Structuring our communications in line with the appropriate political and public calendar moments facilitates our ability to make the Goals effective, potent and understandable. 

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