Thesis: Peace Education Program through Expressive Arts. Author: Sylvia Ketelhohn Gron
This exhibition was designed in Finland for the “Earth – Our Home” traveling exhibition.
This is an exhibition conceptualized by Douglas F. Williamson of ECI, designed by designing of Brazil, and with photographs donated by Azli Jamil, Mina Jokivirta, Ingrid Mårn, Isidro Con Matarrita, Tri Silvanto, Shannon Walsh, and www.picturesofsuccess.com
Article and original essays of the Kenmore School’s reflection contest, fall 2010.
Earth Charter Radio Program for children in Costa Rica hosted by the Children Museum.
The Earth Charter Radio Campaign consists of 4 radio spots introducing the Earth Charter and its principles.
The length of each spot is 15 – 20 seconds and they are free to download.
This is a project envisioned, designed and implemented by Earth Charter Youth Leadership Team members Namir and Didier, who wanted to provide this communication resource to all, hoping that many interested groups and individuals will make good use of it.
More information here .
This song, a Colombian “Bambuco”, was composed by Gloria de Alarcón and based on principles I and II of the Earth Charter. The singers are the girls Erika Lizzette and Katherine Alarcón, daughters of the author and it was translated from Spanish into English, French and Swedish. This is a program supported by the Colombian Association of Pre-school Education – ACDEP, one of our Affiliates in Colombia, and is part of the dissemination of the Earth Charter on their behalf.
Singer Alfredo Estigarribia Lopez was inspired by the Ecological Movement of Paraguay to compose and record an “Earth Hymn” in homage to the Earth Charter. This song was presented during a special event at the headquarters of the National Commission for the Defense of Natural Resources. “Earth Hymn” is a tribute to the beauty of the world and of Paraguay.
This song offers the Earth Charter as an alternative to the destruction of the world and of the last flower of its kind, la ultima flor. Nehlin sent “La Ultima Flor” to hundreds of people as an Earth Charter promotion for the end of the millennium.
At the South Australia Earth Charter launch in 2000, students of Thomas More College sang an Earth Charter song written by Nick Vall. This song was a call for peace, justice, and an understanding that nature can provide everything that we need if we stop abusing it.