Submissions (9)

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Education
girlesau Mixed Media
Youth at the museums Educational tours and retreat are some of the activities youths can get involved in as an alternative to violence.
ojoo Photography, Colour
Poetry recitations This is an alternative to violence which the youths can engage on to express themselves.
ojoo Photography, Colour
Workshop 2 -Peer education The youths can engage in work groups that can help in peer education /advocacy as an alternative to violence.
ojoo Photography, Colour
Workshops-Peer education The youths can engage in work groups that can help in peer education /advocacy as an alternative to violence
Tags: education
ojoo Photography, Colour
Windows of the World Emily Harrison, age 18, Ladysmith Secondary School, British Columbia Windows of the World I decided to portry our world as seen through the classroom. Each square represents different parts of the earth: Canada, the Middle East, Aftrca and South America. Within each square lies a window portraying classroom surroundings that could be...
Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Good Morning, Africa Greetings in Africa means a lot especially among the elder people to show respect and appreciation in return of what someone has done for another. Therefore, showing this piece of art will enlighten some other part of the world to how despite all formal education, informal how greetings can not be separated from African culture.
waleadesokan03 Drawing, Pastel
Think Locally, Act Globally <b>Appraisal</b> Education, western or,and indegineous remains the strong tool to freedom of humanity it spans through ages like a sage's footprints as the mark of time from hieroglyph on scrolls to sight and sound on digital renditons the world is free and the entire humanity liberated from the hinges oppressions and depressions...
adisart Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Untitled3 These photos depict the work Leben und Lernen in Kenia (Live and Learn in Kenya) and LDK are doing at the Virginia M. Buena Memorial Center for the Needy in the heart of the Rhonda slums in Nakuru. The Rhonda slums has the highest rate of HIV/AIDS in Nakuru. We cater to the children's primary needs: food, water, health, and education.
Brique Photography, Colour