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The videos and gifs have been created to support the viral awareness-raising campaign through sharing on social networks. They can be used by educators, teachers, and parents as an input for debate. Thanks to the power of images, videos narrate stories of fight and raise awareness on the topics of environmental justice, climate change and the rights of environmental migrants. The Gifs summarise these topics in a simple, fun, and easy way
The theatre play “Deep water” is an interactive theatre performance which reports data and facts, tackling the topic of environmental justice with humour
The Good Practices are a collection of educational practices regarding Education to Environmental Sustainability implemented in the Global South and European schools having participated in the first SAME World Contest for schools “My classroom plays sustainably - A class as big as the world”. They are meant to inspire new lifestyles and, more in general, new behaviours which are always based on environmental justice
The observatory is a tool aimed at collecting, monitoring, sharing, and disseminating stories of environmental injustice and environmental migrations all over the world. It has been designed for secondary school and university students and for all people interested in the topics of environmental justice and migrations. Thanks to the forum, participants have the opportunity to think about these stories and share their opinions stimulating critical thought.
“Deep water” is the theatre show realized by CIES Onlus within the SAME WORLD project.
The show is one of the sensitization and educational activities carried out by the SAME WORLD consortium with the aim to actively involve citizenship and students therefore it has been conceived as an interactive performance on the theme of environmental justice, that calls for the active participation of the audience.
Its first version, directed by Valentina Di Odoardo (CIES Onlus) was staged on the 20th October 9:00 pm at Cascina Triulza (Auditorium) with different repeat performances on the same premises and also in Rome and Villa San Giovanni.
The show was adapted to different regional and National contexts and was put on stage in Milan, Hungary (Artemissziò Foundation) and Gernany (Arche-Nova). The Slovenian partner Humanitas chose to adapt a previous interactive theater play realized by Cies (One-way ticket) to realize an interactive play on the present refugees’ crisis “Through the refugee’s eyes”.