This Global Citizen Festival He’ll be back in Central Park in September. 23 for another ticketed but free concert, Red Hot Pepper And Miss Lauryn Hill were the headlines of the day. Megan you stallionConan Gray and Stray Kids are also on the bill of the day.
As always, tickets for the show on the Great Lawn are free, but require fulfilling a mission as part of international advocacy organization Global Citizen’s initiative to raise awareness about hunger, poverty, climate change and the inequalities facing women around the world. . concerns.
The broadcast component will be produced by Done and Dusted; The publishing partners have not yet been announced. The show is hosted by Citi and Cisco.
The concert and surrounding initiatives are timed to influence the meeting of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly in New York in September.
Global Citizen’s big annual event in Central Park will follow a similarly large-scale global webcast. concert in france“Power Our Planet: Living in Paris” featuring Billie Eilish, Jon Batiste, HER, Lenny Kravitz, Finneas and Ben Harper performing in front of the Eiffel Tower. This demonstration was organized to coincide with another meeting of world leaders, the New Financial Deal Summit, and to build pressure for change.
Hugh Evans, co-founder and CEO of Global Citizen, has made it clear that the organization’s goals have not been met in this and some recent meetings with government and business leaders. “COP27, this year’s G7, the World Bank Spring Meetings and the Paris climate finance summit have failed to deliver tangible results or disrupt the world’s unjust systems,” Evans said in a statement. “But it can’t be smug. If we want to see breakthroughs in development and climate change, we need the US, UK, Canada, Australia and all the G7 countries to meet the urgency of the time. Every citizen has a vital role to play and together we must focus on driving results and impact in September. ”
Global Citizen’s focus as part of this event includes the global food and malnutrition crisis; unequal access to education, health and family planning facing women and adolescent girls worldwide; Climate change and the need to financially support less developed countries in tackling their own climate challenges.
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