Video Resource Library

Here you will find a variety of workshops and other materials to support remote and virtual global citizenship education activities.

Lesson plans to accompany the workshops are available in the Resources Section .

Give us a shout if you have any questions on how to use these materials.

09 December 2020

Art Pollination

This is part 1 of a two-part workshop for our Art Pollination Project which looked at the problem with plastics and gives young people some ideas of actions they can take.

09 December 2020

Art Pollination Part 2

This is part two of our two-part workshop which looks at the problem with plastics and gives young people some ideas of actions they can take to help solve the problem.

19 April 2021

How We See The World

How We See the World was a youth arts camp that took place in the Garter Lane Arts Centre from the 3rd to 7th of April 2018. Camp participants created an original piece of work based around the problem with plastics, the impact on our oceans and climate change. They had classes in theatre, movement and audio-visuals around the theme of #CliamteChange​! The performance was well attended on Saturday 7 April and was free and open to the public. This project was funded by Irish Aid. Thanks to Thomas Grace Photography TGP and John Loftus.

09 December 2020

Plastic Free Waterford

Here it is, our official Plastic Free Waterford video!!! Watch it, share it, love it... Plastic Free Waterford presents The Problem with Plastics for Plastic Free Waterford week.

The official launch of the Plastic Free Waterford Campaign was on World Oceans Day Friday 8 June with entertainment from the cast of How We See the World and the Sunday Drivers. September 10th-16th 2018 was Plastic Free Waterford Week when over 80 businesses and schools in Waterford gave up their single-use plastics for a week.

Massive thanks to Thomas Grace Photography TGP and the Sunday Drivers.

19 April 2021

How We See The World MiniDoc

An insight into a mini documentary Thomas Grace Photography TGP made for the Plastic Free Waterford Campaign. We focused on issues facing the world around us, how young people can change the planet and take action through creative processes and the arts. Thank you to John Loftus for graphics and monologues and to Thomas Grace Photography TGP for the video.

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