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Calling All Young Creatives: Challenge Racism through Content

Calling All Young Creatives: Challenge Racism through Content

Meeting of Minds is pleased to support the UNESCO Sustainable Development Goals. Read more here

We want to inspire social change by mobilising the intrinsic power of kindness.

The #KindnessMatters for the SDGs campaign aims to mobilise young people to carry out transformative acts of kindness to create a positive change.

Through #KindnessMattersAgainstRacism, the UNESCO MGIEP and partners are mobilising global youths to creatively call out, challenge and act to end all forms of structural racism and its respective derivatives such as hate speech.


How to participate:

1. Click here to register on the Typeform

2. Submit – a graphic, GIF, video, short film, painting and any other relevant links

3. Tag, challenge others to share, create or act to end racism

What will this lead to:

Every month, the UNESCO MGIEP and members of the Global Youth Alliance on Kindness (GYAK) will review and shortlist a few names and creatives from the submissions.

The shortlisted creatives will be uploaded and shared widely by us and partners – some will be integrated with various courses that UNESCO and our partners are developing.

The shortlisted names will appear on the GYAK monthly live events (to discuss with experts) leading up to and during the World Youth Conference on Kindness (24th – 25th October 2020) and International Day of Tolerance (16th November).



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