Last year, all the world's governments agreed on a set of 17 new, ambitious
Global Goals to end poverty, roll back inequality, and halt climate change,
all by 2030: the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
High school students matter. One third of New Zealanders are under 25 – and that includes over 300,000 high school students. Globally, there are 1.8 billion people aged between 10 and 24. So you matter. There’s no way to end extreme poverty without us young people stepping up.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement matters. Its critics say it will lock in extreme poverty. Its supporters say it will bring economic benefits across the region.
What side should P3 take?