|Climate Change and Cities - Youth Art||CALL FOR ART Join youth from across the planet in envisioning climate friendly cities by sharing your artistic perspective of the city you would want to live. Contribute your vision along with students from across the planet as they share artistic opinion on climate change and civic engagement for the Intergovernmental Panel on...|
|# Decarbonise- Decolonise Youth Art for Climate Change||Decarbonise, Global warming, save energy, save water, do not pollute|
|Wish150 Indigenous Youth Artwork||Calling all students from across Alberta to submit their art expressing their wish for Canada in the next 150 years! You can reflect on one of the following themes represented in the Indigenous Youth Advisory Circle Idea Book Read the submissions from other Indigenous youth from across the country and where they wish to see Canada...|
|Community Red Cross Youth||Helping in times of disaster|
|Adobe Youth Voices Celebrates Global Dignity Day 2014||On October 15th TakingITGlobal and Adobe Youth Voices will be participating in Global Dignity Day! Global Dignity Day brings together role models from around the world to inspire and encourage students to make dignified, positive, and inclusive life choices as they develop into their best selves. The goal of this year's event is to instill...|
|United youth for world peace||I am a project coordinator of United Youth for World Peace.|
|Adobe Youth Voices Celebrates Global Dignity Day 2013||On October 16th TakingITGlobal and Adobe Youth Voices will be participating in Global Dignity Day! Global Dignity Day brings together role models from around the world to inspire and encourage students to make dignified, positive, and inclusive life choices as they develop into their best selves. The goal of this year's event is to...|
|Perspectives: Youth Creating Change||In 2012, TakingITGlobal engaged nearly 3,000 youth in 22 countries around the world in creating multimedia pieces about their communities, their issues, their hopes, and their demands. Each media piece presented in this set is unique and has a distinct youth voice. Some call for action, while others call attention to an issue. Some tell stories...|
|YouthSkillsWork||The Education for All Global Monitoring Report is seeking the voice of the youth on youth, skills & work. Your views will influence UNESCO's YOUthPaper, part of their 2012 Report which is read by policy makers all over the world. Winning entries could even be featured on the cover! Here's how to have your voice...|
|Rio+20 Global Youth Music Contest||The Rio+20 Global Youth Music Contest is a global competition for young people organized by the International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI) with a wide number of partners and youth networks on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development...|
|Youth Drama||Images captured on Youth Drama Competition 2011 - Kandy, Sri Lanka|
|Youth and their role in Good Governance||Youth comment on Good Governance and how they can influence in Guyana|
|Bangladesh Youth||For better Bangladesh|
|Perspectives: Youth Insights on Global Issues||This gallery features multimedia projects created by youth around the globe aged 13-18. Their perspectives are diverse and they aim to inspire awareness about the local and global issues that affect young people in all corners of the world.|
|My Voice: Adobe Youth Voices Art Contest||My Voice is the art contest associated with the Adobe Youth Voices program at TakingITGlobal. We invite you to create meaningful digital art that voices your ideas, hopes, concerns and perceptions about issues happening in your world (this could mean your community, your country, or the globe) When you are developing your piece, think about the...|
|Global Youth Murals, 2010 Project||For guidelines to participate in this annual art contest, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.ptpi.org to learn more about what PTPI is doing to promote Peace through Understanding.|
|Canada World Youth Learning Forum October 2010, Montreal, QC||TIG attended the Canada World Youth Forum and we had a great and enriching experience! Youth from around the world congregated to discuss how organizations serving youth could better integrate and include youth. This included identifying barriers and creating solutions to access to resources, bridging the gap between youth and engagement, and...|
|Global Youth Murals, 2002 - 2005 Projects||For guidelines to participate in this annual art contest, contact email@example.com. Visit www.ptpi.org to learn more about what PTPI is doing to promote Peace through Understanding.|
|Global Youth Murals, 2006 Project||For guidelines to participate in this annual art contest, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.ptpi.org to learn more about what PTPI is doing to promote Peace through Understanding.|
|Global Youth Murals, 2007 & 2008 Projects||For guidelines to participate in this annual art contest, contact email@example.com. Visit www.ptpi.org to learn more about what PTPI is doing to promote Peace through Understanding.|
|Global Youth Murals, 2009 Project||For guidelines to participate in this annual art contest, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.ptpi.org to learn more about what PTPI is doing to promote Peace through Understanding.|
|Youth development in Saudi Arabia||Focus in the direction of young people and their view of development|
|World Vision Youth Ambassadors|
|Global Youth Culture Contest||Panorama and Global Gallery Contest Do you feel part of an emerging global youth culture? If so, how is it affecting you and others in your community, country and region? What factors influence your sense of identity and belonging? How has technology and new media shaped your understanding of global culture? In what ways do you promote...|
|4th World Youth Congress||A collection that celebrates the 4th World Youth Congress which is being held in Quebec City, Canada during the month of August (2008).|
|The United Nations and Youth||The United Nations has been in existence for more than 20 years and there are more than 190 countries members of the United Nations. The UN stands for peaceful settlement of conflicts, sustainable development, human rights protection and the Kyoto Protocol. What does the UN mean to you and how do you see the youth connected to the UN?|
|Youth Voices on Culture & Identity||TakingITGlobal recently partnered with Adobe on the Youth Voices Project , which included running workshops in ten different countries: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, Mali, Kenya, Russia, South Africa, and Sweden. During these workshops youth discussed and created images focused on Culture & Identity. These are the unique...|
|Youth Voices on Climate Change||TakingITGlobal recently partnered with Adobe on the Youth Voices Project , which included running workshops in ten different countries: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, Mali, Kenya, Russia, South Africa, and Sweden. During these workshops youth discussed and created images focused on Climate Change. These are the unique perspectives...|
|Leadership. Youth. Development.||Youth in the Middle East & North Africa region are faced with a variety of daily struggles, from a lack of clean, fresh water in countries like Palestine, to high unemployment rates in Egypt, to complicated ethnic and religious divisions in Lebanon. Youth have begun gathering together to discuss these issues collectively, and to seek out...|
|Russia Through the Eyes of Youth||Do you remember instances when spoken words failed to capture the complexity of your feelings and experiences? Sometimes silent images can say more than words through the profound and versatile language of art. The new art contest, Russia Through the Eyes of Youth, is a great opportunity to show many young people around the world how you, as...|
|Youth Fighting HIV/AIDS through Art||In August 2008 the next International AIDS Conference will be held in Mexico City, Mexico. In the past this conference (IAC) has always served as a landmark event for the AIDS Community. The Mexico YouthForce would like you to submit your artwork on what HIV/AIDS means to you and your community. La próxima Conferencia Internacional de...|
|Global Youth Voices||How do you see HIV in your world? Global Youth Voices uses art and stories to express how we see our world and what we want to do about it. How does HIV affect young people? Groups of young people in Vietnam, Mozambique, Slovenia, Costa Rica, Egypt and Canada are using artwork to explore how they see HIV, in terms of their physical,...|
|World Youth Day [University Caf||Welcome to the World Youth Day University Cafe! We will feature a relaxed venue where host regions from around the world will present discussions, music, drama in order to highlight the student and campus reality of that region.|
|Youth Voices - Brazil - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices- Brazil - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - China - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - China - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - Argentina - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - Argentina - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - Egypt - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - Canada - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - Canada - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - Sweden - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - Sweden - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - Mali - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - Mali - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - South Africa - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - South Africa - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - Kenya - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - Kenya - Culture & Identity|
|Youth Voices - Egypt - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - Russia - Climate Change|
|Youth Voices - Russia - Culture & Identity|
|Russia: Children and Youth Creativity Center, Chernogorsk|
|Russia: Children and Youth Creativity Center, Tambov||The works in this collection were created by young people from small towns and villages in the Tambov region, Russia. The art classes they study in are affiliated with the Children and Youth Creativity Center (Dvorets Tvorchestva Detey i Molodezhi), which is located in the city of Tambov and attracts young artists from all over the region. In...|
|Russia: Art Group 'Friendship', Youth Centre 'Nadezhda', Novosibirsk||Courtesy of NGO "Школа роста"|
|Canada World Youth||I participated in a Canada World Youth cultural exchange program in 2002-2003. With this project, and attaining school in International Development, I got the chance to meet some really wonderful people. Thank you Camrose, Alberta and Sri Lanka.|
|Postcards of Hope: Youth Collection||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...|
|Child & Youths Life-Style||Child & Youths are the next generations that will have to be in charge of world guideness. Nowadays them have the necessary vision to know more of what their oldest never want to understood and It means world is bigger and fascinated with the cultural diversity at any corner of our Planet Earth. This is a little expression of how child &...|
|"Multilingual Studies Youth In Action"||
Symbolical of a new world is a villages to other countries for new beginning for a new life for all. For multilingual studies for Youth In Action.
|A Message to a Younger Me||
I am an intern at Urgent Inc. and this video is meant to be a way for me to learn and document my own personal growth. As I grow older and experience more milestones and breakthroughs, I want to be able to share it with others so that they can also have the opportunity to learn and grow.
Tags: advice, message, youth, younger self, face, Urgent Inc.
IPPF youth volunteer in Kabul,Afghanistan. she works with drug users and prisoners to provide information on HIV/AIDS and promote Human Rights
Tags: youth, sexual rights, human rights, south asia, hiv and aids, afghanistan, muslim, women rights, drug users
Creator: Pamela Acosta & Alexis Inzausti
They want to show how sad is when youth loose their dignity when gets drunk.
Tags: alcohol, youth, dignity
|Ambassadors for Dialogue||
In this picture you see a Christian Dane and a Muslim Egyptian. The moment we met is very specail to me.
We have nothing in common and though we share love and trust which leads us to dialogue and a common understanding.
Anaa uhibki yaa Nadia!
Tags: dialogue, understanding, love, trust, global, youth, culture, religion
|Awista Ayub, founder of the Afghan Youth Sports||
In June 2004, AYSE helped create the first international girls soccer team from Kabul, the capital, by sponsoring eight young girls who traveled from Afghanistan to the United States.
Two years later, Ayub traveled to Afghanistan along with four Afghan-American soccer coaches and effectively organized a soccer clinic for girls in Kabul. The...
|Bangla Beuty -||
During the Bangladesh youth parliament meeting, these young people promote Human rights of young people among policy makers.
Tags: youth, sexual rights, human rights, south asia, hiv and aids
Bataan Youth from Bataan Youth Leaders Workshop
|BATAAN YOUTH LEADERS WORKSHOP||
BATAAN YOUTH LEADERS WORKSHOP
|Bear drum - By Daniel||
Acrylic on deerskin. Profile of bear head jointed with over-hanging clawed paw. In the tradition of North-coast graphic art, the bear’s form-line is black with red secondary elements. The eye is delineated by a negative crescent indicating the eye is looking upwards toward the paw, creating a sense of cohesiveness.
Tags: bear, drum, first nations, indigenous, pacific northwest coast, traditional, painting, youth