MyWorld, a United Nations global survey developed in concert with the World Wide Web Foundation, the Overseas Development Institute, and Ipsos Mori, asks you to cast your online ‘vote’ for priorities in policies you believe would help shape a better world. The survey asks for a quick bit of demographic information and then you vote – simple.
Voting initiates your voice in what appears to be somewhat of a real-time global conversation of social issues. You’re presented with a clean, efficient visual comparison of your vote against others around the world. Scroll down a bit to more to explore the real-time world map of individuals from around the world completing the survey – as we speak.
Countries in the lead with survey completions: Nigeria and India. How great is this?
Not only can you get a quick, statistics-based snapshot of what fellow advocates around the world are most passionate about, but MyWorld results will also be used by world leaders to establish next steps in ending world poverty a steps that is fundamentally crucial in the effort to eliminate violence.