Media Kit

for Partners and Supporters

 

Standard Descriptions

The Cities of Tomorrow Challenge by Worldview Education is a future cities-based youth entrepreneurship challenge for Gen-Z teenagers & youth. With their own cities as their classroom, participants will immerse themselves into building solutions around some of the key pillars of liveable, loveable and sustainable cities including Energy, Water, Waste, Mobility, Food, Health & Safety, Biodiversity, Culture & Heritage.  

 

Through the Cities of Tomorrow (COT) Challenge, Worldview aims to nurture a generation of youth who are passionate about building liveable, lovable and sustainable cities and a thriving ecosystem of institutions, organisations, universities, schools, educators and families who are contributing towards the development of this generation, the Gen-Z into a Generation of Solvers.  

 

COT is held in partnership and with the support of some of the most esteemed and respected organisations in the world including UN-Habitat, Biome, Collective Responsibility, Duke University's WaSH Center, Gehl, Indian Development Review, Lost with Purpose, The Project Management Institute Educational Foundation, SKRAP, T. Colin Campbell for Nutrition Studies, Urban Activist, Ubuntoo, Water to Thrive, WeGrowGreenTech, Wildlife Conservation Trust, Yunus Environment Hub, National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA) India, World Wildlife Fund and the Indian Institute of Human Settlements.  

 

Website: https://www.worldview.global/cot 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cot_byworldview 

Worldview Education 

 

Worldview is an experiential learning platform that has been championing for transformative leadership for over a decade now, facilitating the transformation of Gen-Z into Gen-S - a Generation of Solvers. Worldview's focus has always been on developing adaptive capacity within young people – the ability to adapt quickly to fast-changing environments and positively leverage opportunities presented by them.

Worldview's initiatives revolve around an attitude of problem-solving focused on issues relevant to the current times such as Global Citizenship, Urban Sustainability, Environment & Conservation and Healthcare. Through various initiatives and programs, Worldview has engaged over 35000 students hailing from 500+ schools across 25 countries.

 

Website: www.worldview.global 

 

Key Events & Sample Posts

 

Initial Announcement

Twitter:

Join us as we empower the #GenZ to take up the mantle of transforming our cities and achieving #SDG11 as part of the Cities of Tomorrow Challenge by @WorldviewEdu

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Instagram

This November, we are joining hands to support the next generation of #solvers as they work to create entrepreneurial solutions to create future cities as part of the Cities of Tomorrow Challenge (@cot_byworldview), an initiative by @worldview.education

Learn more about #COT2020 - visit @cot_byworldview

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LinkedIn

This November, we are joining hands to support the next generation of #solvers as they work to create entrepreneurial solutions to create future cities as part of the Cities of Tomorrow Challenge, an initiative by Worldview Education.

 

Learn more about #COT2020 on https://www.worldview.global/cot

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Join us as we talk about <<topic>> with the participants of the Cities of Tomorrow Challenge, an initiative by @WorldviewEdu to empower the Gen-Z to create liveable, lovable and sustainable cities of tomorrow! 

 

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Hashtags & Social Handles

Hashtags to be used 

Primary:

#COTbyWorldview #SDG11 #FutureSake #FutureCities 

 

Secondary: 

#MyCity2030 #Youth2030 #GenZtoGenS #Solvers #GenZ

 

Partner Social Media Handles

Twitter

Worldview: https://twitter.com/WorldviewEdu

 

Center for WaSH-AID, Duke University: https://twitter.com/dukewashaid

GEHL: https://twitter.com/citiesforpeople

India Development Review (IDR): https://twitter.com/idr_online

Lost With Purpose: https://twitter.com/lostwpurpose

Project Management Institute: http://www.twitter.com/pmief

Richard Brubaker: https://twitter.com/richbrubaker

T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies: https://twitter.com/TColinCampbellF

The Urban Activist: https://twitter.com/urban_activist

Ubuntoo: https://twitter.com/UbuntooWorld

UN Habitat: https://twitter.com/UNHABITAT

UNICITI: https://twitter.com/unicitiofficial?lang=en

Urban Resilience Hub: https://twitter.com/UResilienceHub

Water to Thrive: https://twitter.com/WaterToThrive

Wildlife Conversation Trust (India): https://twitter.com/wct_india

WWF India: https://twitter.com/WWFINDIA

 
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Media Assets

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LinkedIn (All Instagram profiles that can be tagged on posts)

Worldview: https://www.linkedin.com/company/worldvieweducation 

 

UN Habitat: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-habitat-united-nation-human-settlements-programme-/  

Project Management Institutehttps://www.linkedin.com/company/project-management-institute-educational-foundation/ 

Biome: https://www.linkedin.com/company/biome-environmental-solutions-pvt---india/ 

Collective Responsibility: https://www.linkedin.com/company/collective-responsibility/ 

Center for WaSH-AID, Duke University: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dukewashaid/  

Eco Paradigm: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ecoparadigm/  

GEHL: https://www.linkedin.com/company/gehl-making-cities-for-people/  

Indian Development Review (IDR): https://www.linkedin.com/company/india-development-review/  

Skrap: https://www.linkedin.com/company/skrapwastemanagement/  

T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies: https://www.linkedin.com/company/t-colin-campbell-center-for-nutrition-studies/  

The Urban Activist: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-urban-activist/  

Ubuntoo: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ubuntoo/ 

We Grow Green Tech: https://www.linkedin.com/company/h2oaddemeter/ 

Water to Thrive: https://www.linkedin.com/company/water-to-thrive/ 

WWF India: https://www.linkedin.com/company/wwf-india/

Yunus Environment Hub: https://www.linkedin.com/company/yunuseh/ 

Wildlife Conservation Trust (India): https://www.linkedin.com/wildlife-conservation-trust/

UNICITI: https://www.linkedin.com/company/uniciti/