What’s One Globe: Together Home?
It’s an international live-streamed and televised unique in service of the struggle against COVID-19.
Curated with Lady Gaga, it comprises a number of the world’s most renowned musicians, celebrities, TV hosts and sports characters.
The event was established by the World Health Organization (WHO) and global advocacy organization International Citizen.
It aims at demonstrating unity and solidarity to all of the men and women that are suffering due to coronavirus, in addition to observing the healthcare employees doing life-saving work on front lines.
“This is a love letter to our physicians. A love letter to our physicians and other healthcare professionals that are risking their own lives for the interest of ours,” explained Lady Gaga, talking via video-teleconference in the WHO media briefing in Geneva.
Who’s taking part?
The event is split into 2 components: a live-streaming on electronic platforms initially, and also a TV broadcast afterward.
This region of the series includes stories from health care workers around the globe.
Where and when can I see it?
The live-streaming has kicked off Saturday night (April 18) at 8 pm and will end at 2 am Central European Summer Time (see exactly what nations have been in the CEST time zone).
At 2 am a switch on your TV, since Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert will shoot over and host a particular air until 4 am.
This is on ABC, NBC, ViacomCBS Networks, iHeartMedia, and Bell Media networks in Addition to platforms in Canada.
If you do not need to keep up all night, however, no issue. BBC One will operate the app on Sunday (April 19) from 6 pm to 8 pm CEST time. Added foreign broadcasters will comprise beIN Media Group, MultiChoice Group, and RTE.
Can I contribute?
This landmark event is also aiming in rallying capital for its COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund of this World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity and Response Fund.