The two main opportunities for governments to commit to change are the G7 in June, which is the first significant in-person gathering of leaders during the Covid-19 pandemic, and COP26 in November, which will be the largest gathering of world leaders the UK has ever seen.
The G7 must seize this moment to crack the crises of Covid-19, injustice and climate change.
In 2020, we came together to fight Covid-19 and its aftershocks. We showed up, for key workers, for each other and our children, when it counted most. Now, in 2021, let’s come together to overcome the challenges we face, to achieve the Global Goals – agreed to by every leader – and to celebrate the resilience and kindness of our communities.