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...
Often the images evoked by the HIV/AIDS epidemic are negative ones: children left without parents, sufferers facing stigma and superstition, and whole generations disappearing. These images are not the whole story. There are people living with the consequences of HIV/AIDS who continue to thrive, and find hope. In recognition of these people,...
Postcards from Katrina shares Katrina-inspired artwork from youth who have expressed hope for the Gulf coast region of the U.S. PfK encourages youth to express what Katrina means to them in their own way. To learn more about the project visit www.postcardsfromkatrina.com. Also if you wish to share your work of hope, please send to...
This was painted like 6 years ago the use of line and balance of colors composition
meaning is Stair of Hope no matter what in front of your way but u still have to get through it anyway but if u let it go then u have no hope .
NIA Centre for the Arts
My Definition allows marginalized youth to tell their own stories, contrary to media biases and stereotypes, through photography, film, spoken word and technology
Of the over 60 million people who have been infected with HIV in the past 20 years, about half became infected between the ages of 15 and 24.
Discrimination and social stigma is one of the worst factors affecting youth today. It leaves them distraught and they need all the help and support they can get.
The picture shows how a girl suffers the...
aids, peace, hope, education