One Direction has today launched the action/1D manifesto money for hard times asking their fanbase of millions to spell it out the kind of world they would like to live in by sharing powerful and emotive waste creative content, including film and photos while using #action1D hashtag on his or her social media channels. Check Drag me Down.
The campaign is an element of action/2015, an international citizens’ movement and that is united through the idea that 2015 would be the year if your world can set the agenda to get rid of extreme poverty, tackle inequality and java prices ‘ but only if global people power compels World Leaders to generate ambitious commitments at two crucial summits for being held in New York in September and Paris in December.
One Direction joins many high profile figures ‘ including Emeritus Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Malala Yousafzai, Sir Richard Branson, Shakira, Ben Affleck, Bill and Melinda Gates and Bono ‘ that have already pledged their support for action/2015.
Action/1D will deliver young people across the globe the chance to add their voices to global conversations regarding the future of people and planet to experience the best possible development and climate frameworks, that can set the agenda for the next generation.
The action/1D manifesto film premiered this morning at 08.30BST to your Twitter audience in excess of 20 million, plus in early September, the waste content gathered included in the action/1D campaign will likely be revealed at a worldwide premiere before the unveiling on the final sustainable development framework for the UN in New York.
One Direction said: ‘Time and again our fans demonstrate how creative and powerful they are often when they unite so in retrospect we want to all join together to communicate in out and hopefully create a real and lasting exchange signal of the world around us.
‘Young people go about doing have the capacity to help end poverty, tackle inequality and stop dangerous climatic change. Now is the time for all of us to unite, get it done and raise our voices showing that we care regarding the future of the earth.’