On Friday, Dibulitoon will travel to Seville to support Los 18.org initiative, a project that is driving a new voyage around the world for 18 solidary causes, one for each scale they will made during their journey that will last 215 days. The objective is very ambitious: to raise 18 million euros, one for each cause.

They will be based on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations that aim to eradicate extreme poverty, combat inequality and injustice, and solve the climate change in all countries. The eighteenth cause is not yet closed, since it will be chosen by open voting among the proposals that those interested in participating upload to the project website until December 31, 2018.

To publicize the initiative and bring the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations to the citizens, Los 18.org will celebrate in Seville an event at Muelle de las Delicias, which will be joined by Ricardo Ramón and Jone Landaluze, executive producers from the movie Elcano, The First Voyage Around the World. The mayor of Seville, Juan Espadas, and the mayor from Lisbon, Fernando Medina will also attend the presentation. Taking advantage of the occasion, the teaser of the film will be projected on a large screen on the banks of the Guadalquivir. It will be the first time that our animated characters will be introduced to the public in an open space and in a place as emblematic as Seville.

The first solidary voyage around the world promoted by Los 18.org will start on August 10, 2019, exactly the same day and from the same place where the men who took the first round of the world departed 500 years ago.

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