The AllHumanity Organization


The AllHumanity World SDG Concerts


17 AllHumanity SDG World Concerts – Honoring the UN SDGs creating an unprecedented Global Compact



The Call
Global media and world-wide communities are captivated by intensifying conflict in North Korea and human suffering across the Syrian region. Even amidst these and other global concerns, it is of vital importance to pivot attention to an emerging and promising hope for a sustainable new world reality. Our promising new reality was solidified by the UN uniting 193-member states in agreement of how the world should look by the year 2030. Implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will indeed afford a better future. Despite vast differences on religion, values, and cultural frames the national leaders have agreed to focus on the common needs over short-sighted indifference's. The world has yet to truly celebrate the unprecedented act of unity and leadership formalized by the signing of the SDGs. Our opportunity for a new world reality was started by Kofi Annan, and many tenacious team members who initiated the Millennium Development Goals. Ban Ki Moon and his team who took the torch and delivered the base on which all 193 heads of states were able to finalize and unanimously sign all 17 SDGs with 164 elaborating sub goals. Moreover, we want to celebrate the people, companies, NGOs, nonprofits, agencies, and other entities who have already adopted and advanced the SDG objectives. AllHumanity and its partners have joined efforts to build a unique annual global platform to honor and remember all those, who took the initiative to restore global hope.

The Answer: The 17 AllHumanity SDG World Concerts

Commencing 2018, 17 live tribute Concerts, across 5 Global Continents, will be performed Friday thru Sunday each weekend ahead of Sep 25. These concerts will foster better understanding of the SDGs and increase participation in the sustainability objectives. The concerts will also afford a forum to thank all the leaders who helped building this unique Global Compact. Our inaugural year’s festivities will conclude September 27th, which is the same day 193 Heads of States signed the 17 SDGs in 2015. From Tokyo to San Francisco, in 17 UN hubs, the most iconic stars from all continents will perform in concerts to celebrate the courage and thought leadership by those who developed, championed, and signed the SDGs. Entertainment industry stars who have their own foundation supporting one or more of the 17 SDGs will be given the history making Live Global Stage. 
Senior Leaders from the UN, as well as the 193 heads of states (SDG signatory, active and former, Heads of States) will be invited to join one of the concerts to share with the world the most impressive of all SDG projects for their state.  This global concert forum will advance actualizing each head of state implementation vision of SDG adoption. SDG acclaimed celebrities and public figures will also call to the stage and honor Best Practice cases, across industries and social groups, demonstrating SDG advancements. 
The 17 Concerts AllHumanity SDG Concerts will have simultaneous venues taking place from Tokyo via Seoul and Cairo, Nairobi, Capetown via Bonn, Copenhagen, Geneva, Paris and Vienna to New York and San Francisco. Collectively, these concerts will engage and empower large audiences expanded even further through a wide range of Media delivery to create visibility, hope and sustainability for future generations.

The Deliverables:


(1) Musicians, Celebrities and Public Figures around the world gain visibility for their own SDG related projects

(2) Former heads of states, as well as former leaders of the UN, such as Kofi Annan and Ban Ki Moon, will be invited to remain visible for their achievements to further accelerate advancement and adoption of SDGs delivering a Sustainable Future

(3) The next generation will become visible around their own skills and talent empowering them to grow as leaders. Through the wide-spread SDG adoption by the “Youth of Today”, we will indeed see a better tomorrow that starts now


The Ask: 


The AllHumanity Group will build a network of All Stars in the field of UN, UIN, IPU as well as NGOs and nonprofits working in different areas to implement the SDGs in the most transparent and efficient way to receive parts of the funds raised with the 17 AllHumanity SDG World Concerts. Conservatively, the 17 concerts are estimated to raise $24m (USD) per concert location (about $400m total). The concert proceeds will be controlled by AllHumanity, Implementation success will be monitored on a quarterly base by a third party and presented each year again at the next 17 AllHumanity SDG World Concert events. 



Potential locations for the Concerts




Capetown, Cairo, Noirobi





Montreal, New York, San Francisco





Bangkok, Tokyo, Seoul, Taiwan, Istanbul





Bonn, Copenhagen, Geneva, Paris, Rome, Vienna



Organizations Already Committed to implement the SDGs and support a global understanding of the SDGs:


NGOs & Charities


  The Global Alliance of YMCAs
  Fundacion Paraguaya Stop Poverty
  Kofi Annan Foundation Democracy Project
  World Sports Alliance
  The Foundation for Global Community Health (GCH)
  HOPS Sports
  United Indigenous Nations - College of the Ozarks
  Fairleigh Dickinson University – Youth Poll
  Fhi360 Foundation
  Kofi Annan Ambassador of Hope School Competitions
  Modi Foundation


Media & Journalism


Huffington Post
Global Edition VHB
Constructive Institute Global Media Award