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The World We Want for our Future. 2012 WAGGGS Consultation Overview. Goals We want young people to:. Make positive changes Lead happy, healthy, sustainable lives Develop their full potential Be responsible citizens of the world. Purpose What will we use this information for?. Rio+ 20

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the world we want for our future

The World We Want for our Future

2012 WAGGGS Consultation Overview

goals we want young people to
GoalsWe want young people to:
  • Make positive changes
  • Lead happy, healthy, sustainable lives
  • Develop their full potential
  • Be responsible citizens of the world
purpose what will we use this information for
PurposeWhat will we use this information for?
  • Rio+ 20
  • Following the MDGs
  • World Thinking Day campaign (MDG 7)
  • Climate-change education
methods how will we collect information
MethodsHow will we collect information?
  • Ask people aged 7 – 25
  • Ask boys and girls, young men and young women
  • Report results to WAGGGS
  • Creative visualizations
  • No right or wrong answers
three steps
Three Steps
  • Run exercises and discussions with a group of young people
  • Record the results on a report sheet
  • Enter the results in an online survey (available from mid-February to 23rd March)
part one the world we want and the world we don t want
Part OneThe world we want and the world we don’t want
  • Learn: about environmental sustainability
  • Discuss: what the world we want and the world we don’t want look like
  • Consider: “my future self”
sample activity postive negative post its
Sample ActivityPostive/Negative Post-Its
  • What do the world we want and the world we don’t want look like?
    • Best-case scenario
    • Worst-case scenario
  • Consider:
    • Environment
    • Health
    • Disasters
    • Education
    • Poverty
    • Political Leadership
part two together we can change the world
Part TwoTogether we can change the world
  • Learn: about the UN MDGs
  • Discuss: how the MDGs help us build the world we want for our future
  • Consider: what is missing in this picture
sample activity what is missing in this picture
Sample ActivityWhat is missing in this picture?
  • What else is important to us that isn’t covered by the MDGs?
  • What else needs to be improved that isn’t covered by the MDGs?
part three we are living in a changing world
Part ThreeWe are living in a changing world
  • Learn: about partnership
  • Discuss: whether we can see the climate changing and how
  • Consider: what we need to protect the most
sample activity what do we need to protect the most
Sample ActivityWhat do we need to protect the most?
  • In what order do we place the importance of the following?
  • Or, which three things do we need to protect the most?
  • Consider:
    • Farmland
    • Forests
    • Animals
    • Human Rights
    • Health
    • Lakes and Rivers
    • Weather Patterns
    • Children
sample responses from sangam s volunteers interns and tare
Sample ResponsesFrom Sangam’s Volunteers, Interns, and Tare
  • “In the world we want, there will be:
    • Alternative transportation
    • A preserved environment
    • Clean water
    • An adequate food supply
  • “In the world we don’t want, there will be:
    • Sickness
    • An environment which does not support healthy life
    • No animals
    • No clean water

.”

(solar powered car)

.”

creative visualizations
Creative Visualizations

The world we want: filling up a car with bio-fuel

The world we don’t want: sickness

sample responses from sangam s volunteers interns and tare1
Sample ResponsesFrom Sangam’s Volunteers, Interns, and Tare
  • “What is missing in this picture?
    • Global clean water
    • Equality and protection for minorities (including the LGBTQ population)
    • World peace/ end violence and wars
    • Global mental health support

.”

sample responses from sangam s volunteers interns and tare2
Sample ResponsesFrom Sangam’s Volunteers, Interns, and Tare
  • “What do we need to protect the most?
    • Children, because they are the future
    • Health, to grow support for the future
    • Human Rights, because it is important to ensure rights and equal treatment and to recognize differences

.”

related initiatives what else is wagggs doing
Related InitiativesWhat else is WAGGGS doing?
  • Global Action Theme (GAT) badge curriculum
  • World Thinking Day badge curriculum
  • Climate Change badge curriculum
  • Biodiversity badge curriculum
find out more
Find out more:
  • http://www.wagggs.org/en/news