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  • Eventhough we reached the seventeenth and last every day in December, the Christmas calendar is wrapped up with one last competition in collaboration with @permildrosengreen.

To participate just let us know how you work with the UN sustainable development goals in your every day life and win world goal poster number 9 by Johan Adam Linneballe including a black frame.

The lucky winner is found among the comments on Design denmark's Facebook on Sunday the 29th of December at 12.00: www.facebook.com/betterbydesigndenmark/

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  • The calendar reached the 24th of December and with that the seventeenth and last every day in this year's Christmas calendar. Behind the box today is hidden UN sustainable development goal number 17: Partnerships for the goals, which this time is interpreted by Torben Skov.

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  • It's the day before the day and also the sixteenth every day in December. In the Christmas calendar you'll find world goal poster number 16 by Mervyn Kurlansky, who interpreted UN sustainable development goal number 16: Peace, justince and strong institutions.

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  • As tradition a world goal poster is up for grabs on the fourth day of Advent in collaboration with @permildrosengreen.

This time the gift contains poster number 8 by Kim Meyer Andersen and an interpretation of UN sustainable development goal number 8: Decent work and economic growth.

Which goals do you set for change in your every day life? The winner is found randomly among the comments on Design denmark's Facebook on Friday the 27th of December at 12.00: www.facebook.com/betterbydesigndenmark/

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  • Fifteen every days of December are almost over, but before the day tuns into night, the Christmas calendar exhibits world goal poster number 15 with graphic designer, Peter Gyllan, behind. The poster is based on UN sustainable development goal number 15: Life on land.

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  • We are now able to count the days until Christmas Eve on one hand. In this year’s Christmas calendar we reached the fourteenth every day, which showcase world goal poster number 14 from artist and printmaker, Per Arnoldi, and the UN sustainable development goal number 14: Life below water.

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  • We reached the thirteenth every day in December and today the Christmas calendar presents world goal poster number 13. Behind the design is Gitte Kath with a background as weaver, scenographer and instructor among others, who interpreted the UN sustainable development goal number 13: Climate action.

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  • Twelve every days into December and just one week left until Christmas Eve. Todays calendar box is based on the UN sustainable development goal number 12, with which graphic designer Jonas Heckscher designed world goal poster number 12 from the title: Responsible consumption and production.

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  • On today’s calendar box is written the eleventh every day in December and inside is hidden world goal poster number 11 from graphic designer, Rasmus Koch, based on UN sustainable development goal number 11: Sustainable cities and communities.

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