Design for Change (DFC) es un movimiento global que anima a los niños a ser los protagonistas del cambio. Su promotora es Kiran Bir Sethi. En esta página podéis encontrar recursos para conocer más esta corriente.
Kiran Bir Sethi compartiendo una jornada con los niños de una escuela. Esta foto la he encontrado en su perfil de Twitter. Si quieres seguirle a través de esta red social conecta con @kiranbirsethi. También puedes seguir Design for Change en @icandfc.
Kiran Bir Sethi nos muestra cómo su revolucionario colegio Riverside en India enseña a las niñas y niños la más importante lección en la vida: "Yo puedo".
Kiran Bir Sethi, diseñadora e impulsora de Design for Change nos cuenta cómo se "contagió" del pensamiento "I can" ("Yo puedo") y sus primeras transformaciones en escuelas. No sólo los niños han mejorado la actitud y su autoestima, sino que además, mejoraron su rendimento al sentirse más capaces de hacer cosas. ¿Nos contagiamos? :)
Design for Change, is a global movement that empowers children to be the change they wish to see in this world. Founded by Kiran Bir Sethi, founder-director of the Riverside School in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, this movement has spread to over 35 countries in three years. Kiran started this global movement with a conviction that if children are empowered and made to feel that they can take matters into their hands, they will change the world for the better.
Based on a simplified design thinking process, this initiative asks students to FEEL any problem that bother them, IMAGINE a way to make it better, DO an act of change and SHARE their story of change with the world.
In 2009, the ‘Joy of Giving’ week was launched in India with the aim of re-imagining Gandhi Jayanti (Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi) from a mere holiday into a celebration of change. A close friend of Kiran’s was the mind behind the idea. The idea was to encourage individuals and organizations of all kinds to celebrate the spirit of giving by dedicating the week to a cause of their choice. In discussing the idea with him, Kiran realized that the 'Joy of Giving' week expected a lot of charity and volunteerism from youth and adults, but very little out of children.
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