Mondays are for happy things. Have a smooch!
The Smooch! Project wants to collect 10,000 photographs of smooch-ers around the world. Go on, participate ... I know you want to!
To know more about the project, please visit their website www.thesmoochproject.com
Lizzie Bee met the amazing people from Design for Change recently. They are looking for children and teenagers to take on their challenge! Please have a look below and participate!
Design for Change is the largest global movement designed to give children the opportunity to express their own ideas for a better world and put them into action.
Children and adults learn through the Design for Change Challenge that “I Can” are the two most powerful words a person can believe. Children who have discovered this are changing their world.
This year, Design for Change reaches 34 countries and over 300,000 schools inspiring hundreds of thousands of children, their teachers and parents, to celebrate the fact change is possible and that they can lead that change!
The challenge asks students to do four very simple things: Feel, Imagine, Do and Share. Children are dreaming up and leading brilliant ideas all over the world, from challenging age-old superstitions in rural communities, to earning their own money to finance school computers to solving the problem of heavy school bags – children are proving that they have what it takes to be able to ‘design’ a future that is desired.
You can partake here in Hong Kong as well. You can find a toolkit of the Design For Change Challenge Hong Kong 2012 and the application form by clicking on the documents below. The other things you need to know is:
The application deadline: 10 July 2012
The submission of report deadline: 10 Aug 2012
The prize presentation date: 1 Sept 2012
What can I win from participating DFC Hong Kong？
To know more about Design for Change go to the HK website www.dfcworld.com/hongkong or visit the global website www.dfcworld.com.
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Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb