What We Do:
We are a Paris based, Global Human/Child-Rights/Climate Crisis Education non-proﬁt organization, developing and implementing unparalleled universal human/child-rights/climate crisis education programs for all elementary and high-school children worldwide, in line with the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Resulting from working in more than 40 refugee/migrant camps/centers around the world and from more than 3 years of R&D and ﬁeldwork (with a team of over 40 volunteers, child-development psychologists, educational scientists, professors, teachers, lawyers and researchers) across 10 countries, collaborating with thousands of refugee/migrant children, working with several leading Universities and dozens of humanitarian organizations we have created, through the mediums of art and visual-storytelling, the most innovative and unique syllabus and curriculum that can be used and adapted to every national elementary and high-school educational system in the world. Our programs are available in different time durations, a multitude of languages, as stand alone educational lessons and/or modifiable to most standard classroom disciplines. Our modules have been running in state schools in a number of countries in Northern & Southern Europe, the Balkans and North Africa, where research results scientiﬁcally demonstrate a signiﬁcant reduction of innate prejudice/racism, a dramatic increase in long-term cognitive and emotional empathy and students’ profound understanding of fundamental human-rights and the climate crisis. Presently, we are the only developer of human/child-rights/climate crisis educational programs for school-children on the global educational market.
“Human-rights & Climate-crisis education is not an exercise in bureaucratic and academic theory for publishing papers and reports, it is a weapon to combat human-rights & climate abuses and this combat should have concrete impact on the frontline, trying to save and help humanity directly, as fundamental societal change is needed urgently”. Bryan Mc Cormack.