Millennium Development Goals 2010

Stand Up and Take Action 2010

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Information on the the MDGs:

MDG Gap Task Force Report 2010: Global Partnership for Development at a Critical Juncture (pdf)

MDG Gap Task Force Report 2010 - Factsheet: Where are the gaps? (pdf)

The Millennium Development Goals Report 2010 (pdf)

What Will it Take to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals - An International Assessment (pdf)

Millennium Development Goals: At a Glance (pdf)

UN Summit on the Millennium Development Goals - Factsheet (pdf)


Press Releaseas:


Millennium Development Goals must be met,UN Secretary-General says ahead of September Summit


United Nations Information Centres in Europe Launch Advertising Competition Against Poverty


Mixed 2010 Report Card on Anti-Poverty Goals Highlights Challenges Ahead for September UN Summit


New Campaigns on Maternal and Child Mortality Buoyed by Progress Reported on Millennium Development Goals

Unleash your Creativity against Poverty


UN Citizen Ambassador - What would you say if you had the chance to speak to world leaders

Tell world leaders why the Millennium Development Goals matter to you, what your community, city or country is doing to meet the Goals and how the international community can work together better to achieve them. Make a video on the subject and if you a winner - there will be one from each region of the world - you will be invited to UN headquarters in New York and named Citizen Ambassadors to the United Nations. The contest is organized by the Department of Public Information in partnership with UNDP, YouTube, TV5Monde, the UN Foundation and Flip Video. For more information (
Videos must be submitted before 23 August 2010.

Picture This

"Picture This!" competition

Take a photograph and show - in a positive way - what people around the world are doing to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The competition is open to professional and amateur photographers and is organized by the United Nations Development Programme. The winning photos will be exhibited during the Millennium Development Goals Summit in New York in September. For more information ( )