Art is an amazing way to express global justice issues.
On the 15th of March, we ran a training on Exploring GCE through Art.
The recording of the session is at https://youtu.be/0RYvZDsuq34 and
the Powerpoint presentation is here-feel free to use it in class: Art CPD FINAL
Creativity and Change based in CIT Crawford has some amazing resources on Artivism here with a good list of resources:
They have a great course coming up that would be well worth participating in and an excellent use of WWGS funding if you have a grant with us. Details here
Art & Inequality Resource Pack from Oxfam is very good:
You might be interested in reading Time to Imagine a new world through art article in Bridge 47-page 70 bridge47_publication_tlj_spreads_web_120121.
The work of Gesturing Towards a Decolonial Future https://decolonialfutures.net collective is very interesting and is well worth a look.
Draw the Line Comics book-100+ positive political actions-https://drawthelinecomics.com/2020/12/10/missed-out-on-the-draw-the-line-book/
Bringing your students to see art exhibitions particularly on global issues is a great eye opener for them to the world.
Some good examples of social justice art from schools and exhibitions