The U.N. tells the film sets out the actions needed to build a better world as the coronavirus pandemic threatens global progress to end extreme poverty, achieve gender equality, encourage human rights, tackle injustice and address climate change.
the United Nations said this film will take audiences on an energetic journeying of the times we live in, the multiple tipping points our planet faces, and the interventions that could transform our world over the next ten years…
It’s facial appearance a presentation from Grammy-nominated singer Burna Boy, and a new version of a previous U.N. presentation by Beyoncé as well as appearances by education campaigner and U.N. Messenger of Peace Malala Yousafzai, U.N. goodwill ambassadors Cheadle and actress Michelle Yeoh, and UNESCO special peace envoy Forest Whitaker.
The U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres and Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed also appear in the film. And the U.N. said Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts will host a radio broadcast and podcast version of the demonstrate.
Nations United, Urgent Solutions for imperative Times is produced by 72 Films and writer and administrator Richard Curtis. He is an advocate for U.N. global goals to combat poverty and disparity, preserve the environment, and improve living conditions for all people by 2030.