The It’s Not Fair! Global Goals creative competition was launched to the Island’s schools in March 2020 to encourage learning about global issues through the goals (which are also known as the UN Sustainable Development Goals) and for students to think about the future they would like to see. We have now adapted this so it can be done from home.
The object of the competition is to create an artwork (either a drawing, painting, collage, mosaic, sculpture or photograph) that reflects on one of the five “People” Global Goals.
The brief to students is:
Thinking about what this goal means to you, how will achieving it help other young people?
There are two age categories – primary and secondary – and students may enter as individuals or as a whole class. The 10 best entries in the individual classes will win a £10 book token with the overall winner also receiving £100 towards global learning resources in their schools. Winners of the whole class categories will win £100 towards global learning resources in their schools.The closing date for the competition has been extended to 1st July 2020. For more information, download the It’s Not Fair! flyer along with our Useful Resources document and the Entry Form. Good luck!