Villa Patro de Logroño College has hosted these days exposure Come into my Cooperates School. The show ended 6 June with small talk and participation of all students. Children of all courses have been “enter our school”, ask your questions, sit in the classroom and touching objects.
It is a playful and participatory experience that we seek to raise awareness of universal access to education. It is therefore recognized as a fundamental right and the 4th goal of sustainable development. The goal is that all children can go to a school with good conditions. As a result they have adequate training and may choose and own their future, away from poverty. This is what you are looking Cooperates in the countries where its projects based on education cooperaicón. Senegal is one of these countries, and that is reflected in this exhibition. But it could be a school of any other African country and many other parts of the world.
Two moments of the day with children of nursery and primary schools CEIP Villa Patro
The exhibition has been seen in this facility since the day 23 of May. During this time teachers and students have passed through our little school and have lived with it. he 6 June could share their experiences and questions with us. It is Sensitization activity sponsored by the Government of La Rioja. Within our project 5th Goal, this year we want sensiblizar around equality and empowerment of women and girls. Due, speak Access To Education on equal terms it is essential.
From Cooperates we want to thank this opportunity that has offered us CEIP Villa Patro. Our goal is that young and younger approach the world of cooperation and solidarity. We create exhibitions and playful and participatory experiences so that they can make it happen.
It is shown that we remember the 10 % what we read, A 20 % what we see and 90 % what we say and do. That is why our exhibitions and activities seek maximum interaction and participation. In “Come into my school” we explain the reality of other children, but we also want the public to participate, that between, it feels, touch and ask. Children of Villa Patro have entered our school and have lived an experience you will remember and share with your inner circle.
‘Watch and Think ' It is an awareness project that uses the photographic language or images to provoke reflection on the world around us. This exhibition series was conceived among our volunteers who wanted to mostar the rest of society different 'lives' they had met through their participation in various labor camps. The photographs themselves did, the letters and mails sent to friends and family, as well as other texts such as travel journals or diaries, They constituted the raw material of these exposures. Also it objects brought from South these became part of the cycle, because they are a reflection of that reality we want you to look and think, because LEARN TO WATCH IS LEARNING TO THINK.
The success of this activity is its way of transmitting. The photographs were taken by volunteers from our labor camps in Peru, Mexico, Angola, Senegal o la R. D. del Congo; son, Therefore, images made with the aim and heart. Normally, the staging of these images complemented with personal belongings of the protagonists brought from there by volunteers, such as toys made by children in Angola, tables and desks Senegalese schools, work tools Women Congo or Guatemala ...
Actually, Cycle 'Look and Think' consists of ten samples. Luis Miguel Belvis, Ana Rita Rodrígues and Mercedes Vall are the authors of photographic samples.
Cooperates already preparing another very visual and interactive exhibition on iguadad gender and empowerment Women with the support of the Government of La Rioja. What is it and why is it important? 5º TARGET It is the title of this new sample.
We invite all schools, associations and organizations that are interested in these activities to consult us without commitment email@example.com or tl. 941 237 655