How can teachers empower students to promote WASH through arts-based activities?
This guide helps teachers to support any club or group in their school plan and implement WASH advocacy campaigns. It shows how creative activities such as painting, photography, video, drama, music, stories and dance are powerful tools to inspire people to tell stories, raise visibility and inspire others to build culture and create stronger communities.
The Arts for Advocacy Teacher Guide revisits important principles of child participation, inclusion, and how to support children and young people in activities where they have a voice in making positive changes in the school and community. Although focussed on WASH activities, the advocacy planning process in the guides can be used for student-led, creative advocacypositive change in many other areas.
Resource Types: Manuals
Locations: Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu