“Turn the World UN Blue” Marking the United Nations at 70

What is Turn the World UN Blue initiative about?

To help mark the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, iconic monuments, buildings, landscapes, museums, bridges, and other landmarks across the globe will be lit up blue – the official colour of the United Nations – on UN Day, 24 October 2015. Join us in the global celebration and choose blue on 24 October by lighting up a landmark in your country.

What is Turn the World UN Blue initiative about?

To help mark the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, iconic monuments, buildings, landscapes, museums, bridges, and other landmarks across the globe will be lit up blue – the official colour of the United Nations – on UN Day, 24 October 2015. Join us in the global celebration and choose blue on 24 October by lighting up a landmark in your country.

As part of this international event, images and videos of the lighted structures will be part of press and social media outreach, and will be seen by millions of people around the world. Citizens are also asked to get involved and take action by sharing their “choose blue” images using the hashtag #UN70.

Why Participate?

Participating in the Turn the World UN Blue campaign offers the unique opportunity to help unite global citizens, promote the message of peace, development and human rights, and showcase your commitment to the ideals and principles of dignity and prosperity for all.

How to get involved?

For information on this initiative and how to get involved, please contact [insert name, email address, and telephone contact here].
Click http://www.un.org/un70/en to see more ways the world is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the United Nations.