How MASK supports the Global Goals

In 2007, MASK took on the challenge to help create a better world through creativity education. Here how our work supports the Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

    Goal 1. No poverty

    Poverty can be eradicated by unlocking the enormous potential of humans to be resourceful. Human creativity will resolve the problems of lack of food and clean water, and help to achieve permanent social change.

    Goal 2. Zero hunger

    Innovative agriculture systems will sustain the world’s population, increase productivity and production, maintain ecosystems, adapt to climate change, improve land and soil quality, and improve distribution systems.

    Goal 3. Good health and well-being

    Human ingenuity will win the fight against diseases and devise efficient and effective healthcare solutions for everyone.

    Goal 4. Quality education

    Educating young people to create and innovate will liberate their intellect and unlock their imagination making it possible for each of them to contribute to a progressive society.

    Goal 5. Gender equality

    Gender bias undermines our social fabric and wastes the world’s human potential. All genders must have the right to develop their creativity.

    Goal 6. Clean water and sanitation

    Creative people will design equipment and hygiene solutions that can stop unnecessary diseases and deaths.

    Goal 7. Affordable and clean energy

    Innovative solutions for renewable energy will counter and mitigate one of the biggest threats to our survival, climate change.

    Goal 8. Decent work and economic growth

    Creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship are key to the future of industry and economic growth. Creativity will increase productivity and spur enterprise.

    Goal 9. Industry, innovation, and infrastructure

    Creative people will meet future challenges and bring prosperity to communities across the globe through innovations in industry and infrastructure.

    Goal 10. Reduced inequalities

    Too much of the world’s wealth is held by a small group of people, leading to financial and social discrimination for the majority. Every individual must be creative and therefore self-sufficient to create and enjoy equality and prosperity.

    Goal 11. Sustainable cities and communities

    Ground-breaking ideas will improve housing, transport systems and roads, create green and resilient cities, and protect the world’s cultural and natural heritage.

    Goals 12. Responsible consumption and production

    Creative people are future-oriented, they feel responsible for what is to come. They embrace innovation selectively, based on the common greater good, not material gain, and devise ethical ways to use natural resources.

    Goal 13. Climate actions

    Creativity and innovation will combat the threat of climate change. It will effect changes and modernise infrastructure to protect the planet and promote greater prosperity across the globe.

    Goal 14. Life below water

    We have damaged oceans and seas that are essential to our existence. Our only hope is that people that are creative will come up with solutions that will eliminate pollution and overfishing and protect marine life.

    Goal 15. Life on land

    We have damaged life on land through deforestation, loss of natural habitats, and land degradation. Our only hope is that creative people can find solutions to sustain our ecosystems and preserve our biodiversity.

    Goal 16. Peace, justice and strong institutions

    Creative new solutions are key to peace and justice. By definition, creativity is improvement for the greater good. Lack of creativity in society leads to bureaucracy and injustice.

    Goal 17. Partnership for the goals

    Collective creativity is the cornerstone of all innovation. The Global Goals can be met only if we work together to build a better world.