|Perspectives: Inspiring Hope for a Brighter Future||In 2014, TakingITGlobal engaged nearly 3000 youth in 35 countries in creating digital media pieces about their issues, their communities, their dreams and their demands. We trained 150 educators to support and guide youth through this artistic journey. Youth from around the globe reflected on the realities of the world around them and created...|
|The Shaping Future Classrooms Challenge|
|Millennium Development Goals: 'Vision 2015 - Your Future'||Imagine a world where poverty is halved, boys and girls everywhere go to school, gender disparities are eliminated, child mortality is reduced, and maternal health is improved. Imagine HIV/AIDS is halted and its spreading reversed, environmental resources are preserved and sustainable development becomes an everyday practice. All this achieved...|
|Vision 2020: The Future of Education||Imagine a classroom where every textbook ever made is at your fingertips. A place where young people from around the world are your classmates no matter where the classroom is, teachers and students with which you can share experiences, learn and discuss beyond any distance. Travel through space, time and the sciences without moving. Videos,...|
|A Philosophy and Practice for Now and the Future||The phrase "how can I help" shows great humanity.|
|THE FUTURE FACE OF AFRICA||Looking at these young faces, you could at least see one or two visions of Africa’s future registered in their young face. Innocent as they are, we know that if natured well, their dreams will be fulfilled. This exhibition is inspired by the fact that we were all young and innocent as they are. But over time, things have really changed for us...|
|Carrying Our Future||
We tried to show the various world indigenous peoples' artwork as well as the effects of pollution/carbon on our oceans.
Left top fin: represents the Haida/ Westcoast First Nations people
Head of turtle: represents the Inuit people
Right top fin: represents the woodland cree/ Algonquian First Nation people
Bottom right fin: represents the...
Tags: canada, saskatoon, haida, inuit, cree, algonquin, south america, Pacific Islander, maori, climate change impact
|Objects in the Mirror are Closer than they Appear||
This piece is inspired by the the way human beings are treating Earth while living upon it, gradually and clearly leading to its destruction. In my opinion technological advancements and over usage of all the Earth's resources are creating destructive fires within the planet and ruining what we need to keep intact; nature. My vision of a...
Tags: fire, nature, health, Tree's, climate change, global warming, future, technology, advancement, etc.
|A good Future||
The drawing shows a kid's vision of the future, without pollution, with trees, animals and climate change mitigation.
This art was created by a second grader at Bullis Charter School in California, USA.
|IS THIS WHAT YOU WANT IN THE FUTURE?||
This picture gives an oversight of what the EARTH will look like due to increasing pollution and industrialisation.
|Choose your future||
Art by Grade 6 students, Suncity School, India.
Which side should we choose? Which future do we want?
Tags: india, Suncity School, global warming, climate change, greed, destruction
|Our Future's Bleak||
Our group has made an infographic to show Mother Earth’s current condition now and Mother Earth’s condition in the future if we don’t partake in making change happen. We live in a generation today wherein we tend to overuse our resources for our own selfish consumption, with this we destroy our environment. But we also live in a generation...
|traffic in future||
|Future for Sale||
This piece was made as part of the AYV program at the Guildford School of Languages. "What I tryied to communicate with this poster was how some companies are disposed to do anything for Money, even putting on risk our future as humans. The way I translate it to an image, I put these men’s arm on a plastic tray with a Price label, in order to...
|Save the Future||
Heba wants to show people in her poster how beautiful nature is and she wants to deliver a message that we must save the environment to save our future and the future of many generations to come.