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Which Global Goals sparks the activist in you? Earn Action Points.

Ahead of the GGWCup Europe in Copenhagen, we want to inspire you with a look back at a few of the many actions teams have taken in order to score action points.

We encourage our teams to think outside the box when it comes to their actions. What can you bring to the table because of your unique perspective and experience? Which of the 17 Global Goals spark the activist in you?

Follow along….

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It’s an honor to welcome Team SanScar onto the stage

- winner of best advocacy and action for the Global Goals at the GGWCup Mumbai 2019

Team SanScar! from Mission ScanScar were the proud winners of the Best Advocacy and Action category. A fierce team that played for Global Goal 5 and gender equality with a loud and clear message: All you can do, I can do bleeding.  

We meet with the co-founders of Mission SanScar, Urvi Talaty and Sumati Joshi, on Skype, a week after the GGWCup Mumbai to talk about the story behind the capes, partnerships, and where they’ll take the ball from here.

by Mathilde Nielsen

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Citizen's Climate Pledge

In January 2019, a group of extraordinary athletes came together to develop an important message to their fans at the Luge World Championships in Winterberg, Germany. The video is shown during the Luge World Championships in Winterberg, Germany just now. I made the video in collaboration with a group of remarkable luge athletes, who are showing much needed leadership in the fight against climate change. By signing the Climate Pledge I’m sending a message to the decision makers, companies and to all levels of society.

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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau talks about peace and sport with the Soccer Divas from Mombasa

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau talks about peace and sport with the Soccer Divas from Mombasa

"We saw how much fun the men and children where having when they played soccer, and we decided to start our own soccer club" Says Mariam Mpaata, team captain of the Soccer Divas. But when she and a group of women founded the first female amateur soccer club in Mombasa, they made it about more than soccer. They made it about standing united to heal and improve their community.

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