Convince Jacinda Ardern to be the next Secretary-General of the United Nations
“Everything I’ve ever thought about doing has been, in some sense, about helping people.”
“Capitalism has failed our people. If you have hundreds of thousands of children living in homes without enough to survive, that’s a blatant failure.”
“We need to make sure we are looking at people’s ability to actually have a meaningful life, an enjoyable life, where their work is enough to survive and support their families.”
“To me, leadership is not about necessarily being the loudest in the room, but instead being the bridge, or the thing that is missing in the discussion and trying to build a consensus from there.”
“Do you want to be a leader that looks back in time and say that you were on the wrong side of the argument when the world was crying out for a solution?”
Who is Jacinda Ardern
Who is Jacinda Ardern?
Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern is the current Prime Minister of New Zealand, and has been in public service since 2008.
She has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Mount Albert since March 2017, and was elected to the House of Representatives as a list MP in 2008.
She describes herself as a social democrat, a progressive and a feminist and her administration has been focused mainly on eradicating child poverty and social inequality.
She regards capitalism a “blatant failure” for failing to solve several problems in our capitalistic societies including poverty, child poverty, and homelessness.
She is also the second elected head of government to have given birth while in office, only after Benazir Bhutto, who gave birth while she was the Prime Minister of Pakistan in 1990.
She made history when she brought her baby daughter Neve to the United Nations.
Jacinda Ardern is
Why Ardern for UNSG
Why Ardern for UNSG
For such a commanding position and job, it is crucial to appoint a leader who strives for the betterment of society in all spheres of life.
Here are some reasons why Jacinda Ardern would be a great fit for this job:
She loves and cares about People
She is very empathetic, yet strong. She works for people, not for corporations.
People feel that she “doesn’t preach at them; she’s standing with them”
New Zealand Prime Minister (1999 -2008)
She is fighting Climate Change
In New Zealand, her government has come up with innovative ways to tackle environmental problems, while creating jobs at the same time.
She is fighting for equality
She is standing up against inquality and discrimination against women, especially in the work place.
Her government is also focused on improving the well-being of the native Maori people of New Zealand.
Jacinda Ardern, 2018
She is a strong leader
Her strong leadership has helped defeat Coronavirus in New Zealand.
She did this by imposing one of the strictest restrictions and regulations in the world.
Now, the world has realized that her government did all the right things at the right time.
How to make her the UNSG
How to make her the UNSG
Here's what we are doing to get her elected as the next UNSG:
- We are collecting as many signatures as possible from people all over the world.
- We'll deliver these signatures to the United Nations Security Council, the United Nations General assembly, and to the Governments of countries whose citizens and residents have signed the petition.
- We are running a campaign to encourage all Member States of the United Nations to consider the candidacy of Jacinda Ardern for the post of the UN Secretary General.
How you can contribute to this campaign
This campaign is run by the people, for the people! Here is how you can make a difference:
- Sign the Petition below!
- Donate to the campaign.
- Join the campiagn.
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