A Better World is InSight! A First-Of-Its-Kind Initiative is Coming to Saskatchewan!
The InSight Project is a 360° video cylinder installation touring schools and libraries across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Through 360° video and interactive workshops, InSight brings stories of global development to life for over 50,000 youth and members of the public. The unique workshops provide InSight audiences the opportunity to learn about the unique challenges women and girls face across the globe through developing empathy and understanding in becoming global citizens.
To book group viewings and workshops, please email us at: educatio[email protected] The workshop activities are designed to extend the InSight experience into the classroom. Activities are designed for students grades 6-9 but can be adapted for younger and older students.
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InSight is an education initiative to provide a unique teaching opportunity to youth across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Through the shared experience of the immersive films curated by the United Nations and the International aid community and hands-on STEAM-based learning activities, youth will understand the challenges people in the Global South face and together, develop innovative solutions taught through our workshops. These workshops are co-designed and hosted by the three councils, Alberta Council for Global Cooperation, Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation, and Manitoba Council for International Cooperation.
For over 40 years, each of the three non-profit councils have been working to mobilize Canadians, especially youth, to become engaged global citizens. InSight’s mission is to further this aim by building a better world by connecting youth to the stories of women and girls from the Global South, through the lens of the Sustainable Development Goals.
A Better World is InSight - Watch the short video below to see how InSight comes to life!
About the Councils
InSight is a joint project between the Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta Councils. Each council works independently within its respective province, supporting member organizations working in international development, and engaging Canadians to act as global citizens. The councils are three of eight regional councils across Canada, and work as part of the Inter-Council Network. Click the logos below to visit the individual council websites.
This program is being undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada.