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  • Eighth every day in December also offers design from @kontrapunktcom - this time with Kim Meyer Andersen, who's also co-founder of the design office, at the desk with an interpretation of the UN sustainable development goal number 8: Decent work and economic growth.

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  • We reached the seventh every day in December with world goal poster number 7 which has co-founder and Executive Design Director at @kontrapunktcom, Bo Linnemann, interpreting the UN sustainable development goal number 7: Affordable and clean energy.

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  • Yet another Monday and the sixth every day in December 2019. We just opened the Christmas calendar which today presents number 6 in the row of world goal posters. This time founder of the design studio A2/SW/HK og A2-TYPE, Henrik Kubel, interpreted the UN sustainable development goal number 6: Clean water and sanitation.

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  • With the end of the first week in December today we celebrate advent. In collaboration with @permildrosengreen, Design Denmark awards a world goal poster to a lucky winner. To enter the competition, all you need to do is to tell which goals for change you set for your every day – because together we can create inspiration. The winner is found randomly at Design denmark’s Instagram tomorrow at 12.00.

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  • On the fifth weekday this week the Christmas calendar opens up to world goal poster number five, where illustrator and graphic designer, Majbrit Linnebjerg, worked with the UN sustainable development goal number five: Gender equality.

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  • Four weekdays in to December and the Christmas calendar offers world goal poster number four, which this time is interpreted by graphic designer Lene Sørensen Rose with inspiration in UN’s sustainable development goal number four: Quality education.

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  • Before Wednesday turns in to night, the third every day in the Christmas calendar must be opened – this time with world goal number three from graphic designer, Rikki Hansen, who interprets UN’s sustainable development goal number three: Good health and well-being.

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  • Tuesday is upon us and the same goes for the second every day in December. Today the Christmas calendar hides world goal poster number two by designer @finnnygaard and a take on UN’s sustainable development goal number two: Zero hunger. 
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  • It’s December time and at Design denmark we celebrate the every day in collaboration with @permildrosengreen – and how we can reach the 17 sustainable development goals set by the UN – one every day at a time.

Today it is Monday and the first every day in December. Today the Christmas calendar offers the first original world goal poster in which photographer Jan Grarup interpreted the first goal: No poverty.

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