BTS To Speak Out On Racism, UN Appoints BLACKPINK As First SDG Advocates

BTS and BLACKPINK are striving hard to make their UN Ambassadorship stand out. As of now, BTS is all set to attend the ‘SDG Moment 2021’ session of the 76th United Nations General Assembly on the 20th of September that is going to be held in New York. BLACKPINK on the other hand is all set as appointed UN SDGs Advocates.

BTS will attend UN Assembly once more

The members have been appointed for the “Special Presidential Envoy for Future Generations and Culture’ by President Moon Jae In of South Korea. At the 76th UN GA session, they will deliver their speech and also perform.

The boy band has joined the United Nations-led ‘Keep The Promise’ campaign. This campaign aims to unite individuals, families, communities, cities, and countries all over the world to adopt the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and contribute to its fulfilment by 2030.

If you too are passionate about the cause, you can jump and participate in this campaign and use the hashtag: #GlobalGoals!

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BLACKPINK makes history as SDG Advocates

On the 17th of September, the members of BLACKPINK were officially appointed as the United Nations SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). The process of this selection was rather selective in nature as the artists received a letter from General Antonio Guterres (the UN Secretary) and felt for the cause, confirming their participation.

The United Nations was happy to announce their newest members on their Twitter handle.

For the ones who are not aware of the SDGs- it aims for the global communities to encompass universal human problems such as poverty and disease, global environmental, economic, and social problems.

We are very excited to see these two serve the diplomatic power to help the world become a better place.

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