Priyanka Chopra spoke Monday at a conference at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), as a representative of UNICEF. In her opening conference address, she said it is important for leaders to come together to secure “the foundation of a just world that we have fought for.” She also added that while “all is not well” with the world, there is a plan that can fix it – “UN Sustainable Development Goals”. Priyanka shared a clip of her speech at the event: “We are meeting today at a critical point in our world, at a time when global solidarity is more important as countries continue to grapple with the devastating effects of the COVID-19 as the climate crisis unfolds. touches lives, as conflict rages, while poverty, displacement, hunger and inequalities destroy the foundation of a just world we have fought for so long And as we all know our world is not well, but These crises are not accidental But they can be solved with a plan. We have that plan. The UN Sustainable Development Goals, a to-do list for the world,” said Priyanka Chopra in her speech.
Priyanka Chopra also shared photos on her Instagram handle of her posing with Malala Yousafzai, Amanda Gorman and others. She shared the post and wrote a long note that read: “Walking through the gates of the United Nations this morning to speak for the second time at the UNGA, as a proud representative of @unicef, really gave me pause. Top of this “On the agenda for the year are the Sustainable Development Goals. Today was all about action, ambition and hope. It was about what we need to do together to achieve the SDGs, and we don’t have a moment to lose.” In her note, she also thanked Secretary General Antonio Guterres for the invitation: “A special thank you to Secretary General @antonioguterres for hosting me today.”
She added: “The second moment I was privileged to attend was the Transforming Education Summit. It’s hard to believe that nearly 2/3 of children in the low-middle and high-income countries have an easy can’t read and understand story. system has let them down. As US Secretary of Education @seccardona put it so candidly, education is the great equalizer, but if we keep doing what we’ve done, we’ll get what we’ve got We owe every child this basic birthright, an equal opportunity to learn and reach their full potential.” She concluded by writing, “And as the incredible Amanda Gorman said, ‘I challenge you to shape our destiny. Above all, I challenge you to do good so that the world can be great.'”
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