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Engaging our senses in our understanding of human rights.


Children Can Do a Lot

We have been working on an animation with the Rejuvenate team. Read more below...

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More Than Objects: Interactive Illustrations

Can we collectively turn everyday objects into illustrations that tell the narrative of children’s rights?


In My Feelings About Climate Change: A Workshop on Climate Grief

An intimate workshop on navigating climate grief, with pleasure activist and writer Ama Josephine Budge


Drops of Joy: Film Screening & Q&A

Film screening of Drops of Joy, followed by Q&A hosted by Irene Caselli with special guests


Seen & Not Heard: Comedy Gig

Comedy gig with Jonny & the Baptists, Nish Kumar, Josie Long, Deborah Frances-White & Charlie George!


Living Objects: A Digital Forest Exhibition

A digital forest installation that explores the connections between technology and climate change


Do they really want to know how we feel?

Climate anxiety and solastalgia are establishing themselves as new terms in psychology. This emotionality is becoming more and more palpable within the climate debate, but without receiving sufficient recognition. The immersive installation by photographer Frederick Herrmann aims to make this condition of the so-called Gen Z tangible.

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Break To Create

Venice Biennale 2019 as part of the Artivism Pavilion. Breaktocreate was developed as a part of ARTIVISM, the first-ever human rights pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2019.

Little Inventors

Children must take part in climate and environmental decisions – they care, have rights and their ideas, passion and imaginations can inspire adults to urgently act to save our planet from irreversible destruction.