WORLD ENVIORNMENT DAY 2019 – JUNE 5
Some of the social impact campaigns spearheaded by the team at WWW include:
Being a part of the award-winning producer team that created the #WhatIReallyReallyWant film to raise awareness of UN Global Goal 5. Natasha led the global launch of the film which included the preview at Cannes Lions, launch on the 8th July to activations during UNGA
Directing the global communications for GODAN (Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition) a UK, US, and Dutch, Kenya government, UN and Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) supported initiative that encourages the proactive sharing of Open Data to make information about agriculture and nutrition available, accessible and usable to deal with the urgent challenge of ensuring world food security
Representing some of the biggest films from the Indian film industry, such as the global release of the ground-breaking feature film on menstrual hygiene, Pad Man to India’s first film on the open-defecation crisis. Both projects have been commended for their endeavours to spotlight critical messages through the art of entertainment, incorporating satirical humour and contemporary cinematic techniques to grasp the global agenda initiative with two hands, inspiring, educating and entertaining audiences in equal measure.
Please let us know if you’d be interested in connecting with Natasha Mudhar and we will arrange for an interaction accordingly. Look forward to hearing from you.
About The World We Want:
The World We Want (WWW) is a global impact enterprise working with organisations and individuals to accelerate achievement of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. The World We Want aims to utilise its global reach and unique expertise, to convene governments, corporations, media, talent, individuals and not for profits, leveraging ideas, networks and technologies to bring visions to life and create sustainable solutions.
With an international team of experts based in the UK, India, USA, Hong Kong and the UAE, WWW has been co-founded by Teji Singh and Natasha Mudhar, seasoned entrepreneurs and the driving force behind the award-winning global business consultancy Sterling Group.
The World We Want will be powered by “Accelerator” ventures aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals, with a focus on convening leading organisations, corporations, public figures including celebrities, campaigners and thought leaders around the world to awaken social consciousness and drive meaningful change. Ventures include using unique expertise to help organisations add real meaning to the lives of stakeholders, identifying and developing the change makers of the future, empowering the world’s citizens through supporting open data policies, harnessing the power of celebrity and pop culture to entertain and inspire audiences and supporting critical impact projects through an ethical investment fund.
Some of the other social impact campaigns spearheaded by the team at WWW include:
Leading the global media relations strategy for UNESCO’s 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report in over 50 countries and across 6 continents
Leading the global communications strategy for the Commonwealth Business Forum in London on the side-lines of the Commonwealth Heads of Governments Meeting 2018
Launching UN World Food Programme's #FeedOurFuture campaign in India through communications and celebrity engagement
Directing the India strategy for Richard Curtis’ UN Global Goals campaign to popularise the SDGs to 1.3bn Indian citizens.
Leading the India and Africa strategy for the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation
Representing some of the biggest ground-breaking films from the international film industry, such as the global release of the world’s first feature film on menstrual hygiene - Pad Man, to Toilet: A Love Story, India’s first film on the open-defecation crisis. Both projects have been commended for their endeavours to spotlight critical messages through the art of entertainment, incorporating satirical humour and contemporary cinematic techniques to grasp the global agenda initiative with two hands, inspiring, educating and entertaining audiences in equal measure