United Nations launches #HappinessForAllTogether campaign for 2020 International Day of Happiness

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As we bind together in this time of crisis, it is important that people celebrate International Day of Happiness on March 20th, which the United Nations NWO (UNNWO) have campaigned as #HappinessForAllTogether.

The International Day Of Happiness campaign theme is a call on all 7.8 billion members of the global human family, and all 206 nations and territories of planet earth, to unite in finding positive ways to look after ourselves and each other.

As the world bands together to fight back against the COVID 19 Coronavirus, the United Nations have developed the #TenStepsToGlobalHappiness challenge.

“A pandemic drives home the essential interconnectedness of our human family. I’m deeply moved by the acts of kindness, generosity, and solidarity happening around the world in the face of COVID 19. We are in this together – and we will get through this together,” said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres ahead of today’s 2020 International Day of Happiness celebration.

30-day Coping Calendar. Photo: Action For Happiness

“Global citizens, we are in this together. At this critical time, there is no greater case for collective action than our joint response to COVID 19. I join United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres in solidarity with all who are affected by COVID 19. We are in this together and we will get through this together,” said Deputy Secretary General Amina J. Mohammed.

“This year’s #TenStepsToGlobal Happiness challenge is a call upon our common humanity to unite and win against this global crisis, and, to get back on track to one day achieving the United Nations 2012 call for global happiness, wellbeing, and freedom of all life on earth,” said Luis Gallardo, founder of Happytalism, the United Nations Gross Global Happiness Executive Education program.

The Ten Steps To Global Happiness Challenge is an annual tradition, with this year’s steps focused on great global endeavour to #FlattenTheCurve. 

Come together: the International Day of Happiness

Below is an outline of each step, which you can read more about on their website here:

1. Let’s stick together.

2. Follow the World Health Organization’s advice and guidance.

3. Virtually attend a world happiness event.

4. Stay social online and do what makes you happy!

5. Be kind to others, share with those in need, and say thank you.

6. Stay active and be mindful.

7. Be optimistic, positive, and resilient during these challenging times.

 8. Stay informed about facts and news regarding the COVID 19 outbreak, and avoid myths.

9. Enjoy nature, and connect with the environment during this period.

10. Adopt Happytalism!

Happytalism is just one of several models which respond to the United Nations 2012 call for a New Economic Paradigm, taking a holistic approach to economic development and all life, and preventing sudden crises such as a global disease pandemic.

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