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A Million Dreams For the World We’re Gonna Make

Author Name: Inayat Singal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details
Amazon Sales Rank: Ranked #27 in Sustainable Development

17 goals, 195 countries, 1.2 billion youth and a million dreams…that’s all it’s gonna take for the world we are gonna make. A world without poverty, without hunger, with equality, with quality education…Can it happen? Yes, it can. The youth can make it happen. You and I can make it happen. It is just a matter of dreaming of a better tomorrow, a better world TOGETHER.

“This book effectively explains the need for collective action and suggests a grassroots action plan to tackle the same. Think globally and act locally is reflected in all SDGs and nicely interpreted by the young author.”

 Dr. Shruti Shukla

Educationist, Environmentalist, career Counselor

“Inayat’s personal reflection on how each SDG relates to daily life and each person’s journey is a great example of the type of engagement and commitment that is required for their successful achievement.”

Juan Pablo Ramirez Miranda

Head of social and human sciences, UNESCO

“Dream positive, to think and speak positive, to act positive, for peace! This book will help you.”

Johan Galtung

Norwegian sociologist, principal founder: peace and conflict studies

“The author, a 21-year-old medical student, seeks nothing less than a world with justice and dignity for all. She is dreaming big and wants her contemporaries to join her in creating this world.”

David Krieger

Founder and President Emeritus, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

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Inayat Singal

Inayat Singal is a 21-year-old medical student. She is a loving daughter and sister who loves interacting with people and hearing their stories. She looks up to Dr. Denis Mukwege as a professional inspiration and Dr. Daisaku Ikeda as a spiritual guide. ‘Hope’ is her favourite word. Apart from cracking people up through her not-so-funny jokes, she is a trained Bharatnatyam dancer, plays the ukulele, was a national table tennis player, has been class representative of her class, plays Draughts, loves reading novels and is currently a part of 32 changemakers in The F.A.I.R project undertaken by Eight Goals One Foundation in collaboration with UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office. She also has a page on Facebook ‘Flight to equanimity’, which she uses to impart hope to people and create awareness about social issues. Having faced bullying in school and losing her father to suicide at the young age of 8, she believes in a world that doesn’t leave anyone behind and has the optimism and commitment to make the world a better place.