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What do you really really want for girls and women?

This campaign video, set to the Spice Girls' hit song Wannabe, encourages the public to voice what they want for girls and women leading up to the next United Nations (UN) General Assembly in September. Viewers are invited to share a photo of themselves with a sign asking for quality education for all girls, an end to violence against girls, and other calls to action in accordance with The Global Goals - also known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - and use the hashtag #WhatIReallyReallyWant.

The video has received social media endorsements from Posh Spice Victoria Beckham and Sporty Spice Melanie C., and the hashtag has been used on Twitter by celebrities including Harry Potter actress and Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women Emma Watson, and chef and Food Revolution campaign leader Jamie Oliver.

Featured artists include Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez, Nigerian-British singer-songwriter Seyi Shay, South African hip hop artist Gigi Lamayne, Moneoa, British hip hop group M.O., and young dancers Taylor Hatala and Larsen Thompson. The video was directed by MJ Delaney of Moxie Pictures, editing was donated by Final Cut, VFX was donated by MPC, and sound production was donated by Wave Studios. A full list of credits is included in the video's description on YouTube.

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