Date: 2022 22th November
Fight against exclusion
- Raising awareness from adolescence that speaking out in defence of different realities and contexts is not only necessary, but also makes us co-responsible for the changes that occur in the world.
- Encourage adults and young people not to give way to indifference.
Generate a peaceful protest on one of the issues raised, explain the meaning of these protests and the importance of denouncing injustices with our most powerful "weapon": our voice.
It is recommended to be able to do it outside the school, whether during school hours or not, in order to encourage voluntary (and not forced) participation in it. Whatever is considered most appropriate for the students we are working with.
Possible protests: GLOBAL WARMING / DISCRIMINATION / WAR / RECOGNITION OF MIGRANT PEOPLE'S RIGHTS / VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS/
In order to make a peaceful protest and to make it visible in all the raised realities of presence, it would be good to unite and publicise it. In addition, it is advised to have the following outline:
-Reading of the exhortation in public (previously worked in the classroom)
-Display of posters and cardboards against or in support of the issue.
-Two or three songs or acclamations of protest within the framework of respect and exhortation to improve as a society.
-A free prayer that echoes in the protest that is mentioned.
-A minute of silence for all the problems and causes that have been generated in relation to this issue.
NOTE: It is possible to work from the subjects of language or humanities, both the exhortation's essay and the relationship of the issues with human rights or the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Alliances with other educational centres can also be proposed, thus promoting actions that favour the interrelationship proposed by the Global Education Pact. It all depends on the local reality where the campaign is developed.
Esta actividad se propone en el marco de la Campaña de solidaridad 2022-23