September 2, 2010

4 steps to take part in TEDxChange Flickr campaign

TEDxChange

 

Putting a personal face to some of the world’s most pressing issues

Sloane BerrentTEDxChange, an event co-hosted by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and TED, takes place Sept. 20. TEDxChange marks the anniversary of the Millennium Development Goals.

Ten years in, the question remains: Where do we stand in the work to save and improve lives around the world? And what will the future hold?

The future isn’t fixed. We can all have a hand in making a better world. To coincide with TEDxChange and the 10th anniversary of the Millennium Development Goals, the Gates Foundation is asking you the following question: What is the future we will make?

They want you to help put a personal face to some of the world’s most pressing issues and envision a future where every person has the opportunity to live a healthy and productive life.

To participate, follow these four steps:

  1. Download and print the sign
  2. Personalize the sign with your own message. (Remember: Your sign must relate to one of the Millennium Development Goals to be included.)
  3. Upload your photo to the foundation’s Flickr group.
  4. Join the conversation on our community page.

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