My World 2015: Which Of These Issues Matter Most To You?

As we draw near the 2015 target for achieving the 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs),
and with ongoing discussions Post 2015, the United Nations (UN) is interested in knowing the issues that matters most to you and your family. My World is a United Nations Global Survey for citizens. The UN aims to capture people's voices, priorities and views, so that world leaders can be informed as they begin the process of defining the next set of global goals to end poverty. 

Which areas would like to see interventions for improved development? There are 16 issues listed on the My World 2015 website and out of these 16, you are expected to vote only 6 of the issues you consider really important and prioritize them if you like. 

These issues include:

  • Protecting Forests, Rivers and Oceans
  • Better Healthcare
  • Phone and Internet Access
  • Action taken on Climate Change
  • Political Freedoms
  • Reliable Energy at Home
  • Equality between Men and Women  
  • An Honest and Responsive Government
  • Support for people who can't work
  • Protection against crime and violence
  • Better Job opportunities
  • Better Transport and Roads
  • Access to clean water and sanitation
  • A good Education
  • Affordable and Nutritious Food
  • Freedom from discrimination and persecution
To vote for at least 6 of these issues as well as prioritize the issues selected, please click on this link to visit the UN My World 2015 website - To Vote for the World you want to see! These issues affect us all, please vote and let us jointly make decisions on issues that affect our nations most! Your votes will inform Post 2015 actions, so do it right.

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