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ILO Campaign: How will you help to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals at work ?

23 September 2015

Dear Colleagues,

The ILO has launched today a social media campaign asking ILO`s constituents, in particular Unions around the world how they will help to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals at work (SDGs).

We would like to kindly ask you to help promote the campaign by reaching out to your members and asking them to tweet their answers to the following question:

How will you help to achieve the #SDGs at work? @ILO wants to know. #Work4SDGs

Tweets with the hashtag #Work4SDGS will be featured on a special page on ilo.org, where voices from the world of work will come together in a live Twitter feed curated by our Communication Departement (DCOMM).

The goal of this page is to spotlight the crucial role that the world of work play in achieving all of the SDGs, especially Goal 8.

Tweets in French and Spanish are more than welcome and will be featured on the equivalent page on ILO`s French and Spanish websites. The hashtag in all languages will remain #Work4SDGs.

We will be counting on your assistance in order to make this endeavour a success, so please do take the time to reach out to your contacts and ask them to share a tweet.

In Solidarity,

Mamadou Kaba SOUARE
Communication and Public Information Officer
ILO-Bureau for Workers Activities (ACTRAV)
TÚl:+41 22 799 74 08
Mobile:+41 791 931 949
Twitter: @ILOACTRAV
Skype:mamadou4327
WEB: www.ilo.org/actrav

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