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Kids Go Global Blog

Oct 24, 2017

Five NGO’s Who Are Working With Youth To Change the World

Take a look at these NGO's who are inspiring youth to make big impact in their communities



Oct 17, 2017

International Day of the Girl Child

he theme of this International Day of the Girl Child is “EmPOWER girls: emergency response and resilience planning” - promoting the prevention & response to gender-based violence and advancing adolescent girls’ secondary education



Oct 02, 2017

World Habitat Day

hether you live in an igloo or a teepee, it is the basic right of all to have adequate shelter.



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School Projects


  • My Home is Where I Belong: The Pioneers of Tomahawk - Residency

    Our sub-theme that we wish to pursue is “My Home is Where I Belong”. At Tomahawk School, we continue to support inclusive education and strive to develop a culture of belonging and acceptance for ...

    Tomahawk School

  • How Immigration Has Affected Alberta Over the Last 150 Years

    J.C. Charyk School is located in Hanna, 220 km north east of Calgary.  Our school is home to a public rural school of approximately 465 students from kindergarten to grade twelve. Our students,...

    J.C. Charyk Hanna School

  • Whitecourt Central School Trickster Theatre Residency

    Focusing on a themes of “Forestry and Literacy”, the school will explore global issues such as waste in our world, plant growth and the fragile ecosystem.

    Whitecourt Central School

  • How Does Water Shape Canada’s Identity: Then and Now?

    Cambrian Heights School is a K-6 school of 145 students located in north central Calgary. Cambrian Heights is a vibrant, engaging learning environment with a committed focus on literacy and numeracy f...

    Cambrian Heights School

  • St.Joseph kidsVEST

    Students are learning how to start and run their own social enterprises under the guidance of Enactus Business Coaches ( from the University of Calgary), Trickster Artist Support and Business Professi...

    St. Joseph School

NGO Projects


  • Coin Drive for Kids Cancer Care

    The Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta provides safe, quality camp experiences for young people and their families affected by cancer. Our free weekend and summer camps offer kids across Alberta a...

    Kids Cancer Care

  • Heri Ministries Sewing Project

    Heri Ministries Sewing Project Offers an Alternative Heri Ministries takes teenage girls from difficult backgrounds and equips them with sewing skills in order to guide them towards becoming independe...

    Elimu

  • Ancient Pathways ~ New Directions Summer Rediscovery Youth Camps

    Ghost River Rediscovery’s summer camps, set in the beautiful Devil’s Gap area, have been providing powerful, uplifting experiences for youth and adults for the past 20 years. Our wilderness camps ...

    Ghost River Rediscovery

  • The Joy of Reading

    One of the greatest difficulties poor children in Kenya face at school is lack of books. In public schools a classroom of 70 children can be working from only one or two text books. Children rely on n...

    Elimu

  • School Construction in Nicaragua

    Although there is a primary school in the community, the nearest high school is 3.5 hours upstream in San Andres (which was completed with the assistance of Change for Children in 2010). The majority ...

    Change for Children

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Kids Go Global is a place for Elementary, Junior and Senior High schools to explore Global Issues and then work alone or with NGOs to take action locally and internationally. It also supports students acting out the issues using theatre and provides opportunities to share student work and projects. It is a partnership between schools, NGOs and Trickster Theatre.

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