Recently, the United Nations has commissioned a number of well-known artists and artists for short stories based on global issues ranging from the current COVID-19 to poverty and inequality. Politics; Business; Social media has selected celebrities. Among them was a Pakistani activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala. In addition to Malala, there are celebrities from all walks of life, including Beyoncé.
The United Nations announced on Monday that a 30-minute short story entitled “Nations United Urgent Solutions for Urgent Times” is scheduled for global broadcast and will air on the UN YouTube Channel on September 19. The short story features Grammy-winning singer Beyoncé; Singer Bernard Boy Malala Yousafzai, a women’s rights activist; UN goodwill ambassadors Prince Don Chadley; It will feature performances by actress Michele Yo and UNESCO Special Peace Envoy Forrest Whitaker.
Coronavirus epidemic to end poverty To achieve gender equality; To promote human rights; To fight injustice; The United Nations says the short story shows the movement needed to build a better world as it threatens the process to combat climate change. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Deputy Secretary-General Anna Mohammed will also be featured in the short story. Oscar-winning actor Julia Roberts will also be on the radio broadcast.