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MY World is a global survey for citizens led by the United Nations and partners. It aims to capture people’s voices, priorities and views, so that global leaders can be informed as they begin the process of defining the new development agenda for the world.

Through creative online and offline methods, MY World asks individuals which six of sixteen possible issues they think would make the most difference to their lives. The sixteen issues have been built up from the priorities expressed by poor people in existing research and polling exercises and they cover the existing Millennium Development Goals, plus issues of sustainability, security, governance and transparency.

From now until 2015, we want as many people in as many countries as possible to be involved with MY World: citizens of all ages, genders and backgrounds, and particularly the world’s poor and marginalized communities.

Results were firstly submitted to the Secretary General´s High Level Panel for Post-2015 before their meetings in Monrovia, Bali and New York and fed into their final report and recommendations for a new development framework in May 2013.

Afterwhich, MY World continued gathering people´s voices up to 2015 and results will be shared with the Secretary General and global leaders as they prepare the next development agenda in the run up to 2015.

The wave reached Tunisia in 2014, and we are currently working with governement and civil society towards building up what will constitute the country’s report to be delivered in September 2014: “Tunisia We Want – La Tunisie que Nous Voulons –  تونس التي نريد “world-we-want logo

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