Submit your work: 2018 World Creativity and Innovation Day

Submit your work: 2018 World Creativity and Innovation Day


How are you making the world a better place?

In 2017 the United Nations passed a resolution to include World Creativity and Innovation Day, April 21, among its International Days of Observance.

The intention? To encourage and remind people in all levels of society to use creativity in problem-solving and in particular to help reach the 2030 Sustainability Goals.

Ambassador I. Rhonda King presenting the World Creativity and Innovation Day, April 21 resolution at the United Nations General Assembly.

 Show your presence and support for new thinking and new futures by celebrating World Creativity and Innovation Day, April 21 and Week, April 15-21 every year.

Add your celebration/activity: We revised our website to accept notice of participation for this year and invite you to include your information for the world to see. Perhaps your clients would appreciate the opportunity as well?

Feel free to spread the word. Invite others to join with you: friends, family, colleagues, committees, agencies, communities. Follow on twitter @worldcreativity

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Marci SegalMarci Segal is a Creativity Context Professional specializing in Human Dynamics of Innovation. She consults, coaches, team builds, and gives interactive conference presentations for inspiration and as initiatives kickoffs. Marci founded World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15 – 21, in 2001; now celebrated in 52 countries, and in schools, businesses, public service organizations, communities, and households. Follow @worldcreativity and  for more info.

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