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  • Billie Eilish, Bon Jovi & U2 Perform at Global Citizen “Stand Up For Ukraine”

  • Global Citizen has organized a massive “Stand Up For Ukraine” social media rally.
    The campaign raises billions in aid for humanitarian efforts in Ukraine and support refugees worldwide.
    "Stand Up for Ukraine" will see music stars such as Billie Eilish, Madonna, Celine Dion, Katy Perry, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Bruce Springsteen appealing for donations and other forms of support for those affected inside Ukraine, as well as for the millions of refugees who have fled the country.
    Anyone can join this global social media rally today by creating and uploading a video asking world leaders to take action on the global refugee crisis.
    For more information about "Stand Up for Ukraine" or on how to pledge help, visit www.forukraine.com.
    Billie Eilish performed “Your Power”, and U2 shared with their song “Walk On”, “The brave people of Ukraine are fighting for their freedom -- and for ours -- in the face of unspeakable violence and an unjust invasion. More than 4 million people, mostly women and children, have had to flee for their lives -- a population nearly the size of Ireland. World leaders must stand up and stand by Ukranians now ... those who are fighting and those who have fled ... and stand with refugees everywhere who have been forced from their homes and their lands.”
  • Bon Jovi performed “We Don't Run” and shared, “I'm Jon Bon Jovi and I'm standing up for Ukraine. We need you (referring to world leaders) to answer the call from activists and advocates working to support refugees and take immediate action to help displaced people from Ukraine and around the world. So when you meet April 9 in Warsaw to decide how much funding you'll give to support, will you stand up for refugees everywhere and contribute the billions that they need? I'm asking everyone who sees this video to amplify this call on April 8th to the Stand Up for Ukraine social media rally: post yourself, share a video from an activist or share this video so that all of our leaders know that the world needs you to stand up for Ukraine and support refugees.”

    More than 12 million Ukrainians are currently in need of emergency aid — food, water, shelter and health care — following the Russian invasion of their country on February 24.
    Russia's relentless bombing campaign has since killed many civilians, with entire cities rendered uninhabitable through the destruction of apartment blocks, key infrastructure and health care facilities.
    Furthermore, many vulnerable people — the elderly, children and people with disabilities — are forced to remain in Ukraine, unable to flee the country.
  • source : Global Citizen
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