A visual space where learners and teachers can engage in learning about global justice issues can be very powerful within a school setting. Ideally schools would have a permanent space to display information about DE issues and the projects being undertaken in the school. This communication would comply with Dóchas Code of Conduct on Images and Messages and be as visible as possible to the school community and visitors.
Below are some resources and practical school examples to guide you through implementing this stamp category:
Dóchas Code of Conduct on Images and Messages
The code offers a set of guiding principals for organisations and people working and communicating in the area of Development. The highly renowned code puts forward that all GCE communications are underpinned by the values of human dignity, respect, equality, truthfulness, fairness, justice and solidarity. This guide will be extremely valuable for you in ensuring all GCE displays follow best practice guidelines and support good quality learning relative to GCE issues.