Featuring fact-based news and a social media channel, Seven Billion Today's Community lobbies governments and the U.N. with the results of daily news polls.
Online PR News – 27-November-2018 – Central, Hong Kong – Contact: Jean Cao, Executive Director
Hong Kong (27 November, 2018) — Seven Billion Today (sevenbilliontoday.com), a global, digital platform, dedicated to raising awareness of the issues affecting mankind and the mobilization of humanity towards positive change has launched.
Featuring unbiased, fact-based news and a dynamic social media channel, Seven Billion Today's worldwide Community lobbies governments and the U.N. with the results of daily news polls and votes.
Seven Billion Today's Community believes that the seven billion people of the world can unite, and together, make positive change happen.
The most active votes over the last week on Seven Billion Today include:
1. Tear gas fired at protesters of French economic policies
67% support the protests against France's government and its decisions to elimate wealth tax, increase fuel tax, and reduce public services.
2. Iran failed to declare chemical weapons: US
75% believe the US's allegations towards Iran's use of chemical weapons have more political concerns than humanitarian concerns.
3. UN warns of famine in C. Africa
80% feel all sides in Central African Republic should stop targeting civilians and allow vital aid to get to those in need.
4. No room for climate delay: UN
83% think world leaders should care more about climate change.
5. Wealth gaps affecting school children in Iraq
75% believe Iraq's government should spend more money on education instead of the military.
6. Trump: ties with Saudi unchanged despite Khashoggi murder
60% think Trump preserving ties with Saudi Arabia and protecting Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman benefits America's national interests.
7. Did you know about the extent of sexual harassment that occurs on Ugandan university campuses?
89% of voters did not know about the extent of sexual harassment on university campuses in Uganda
8. Do you think the world could have a brighter future sooner if it were in the hands of Generation Zs (Vs. Current Old Leaders)?
69% think the world could have a brighter future sooner if it were in the hands of Generation Zs.
For more info, please email Jean Cao, Executive Director, email@example.com.
About Company: Seven Billion Today is a new, global, digital platform, providing users with a reliable source for unbiased, fact-based news, in addition to a dedicated social network, Community. Users can get involved by sharing posts, images, videos, and creating polls related to topics or issues they are passionate about. Community allows individuals to connect and interact with like-minded people from across the world.