El contenido de esta página requiere una versión más reciente de Adobe Flash Player.

Obtener Adobe Flash Player

El contenido de esta página requiere una versión más reciente de Adobe Flash Player.

Obtener Adobe Flash Player

RIEJS
Participation as a Supportive Framework for Cultural Inclusion and Environmental Justice
Resumen
In 1989, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child lay the groundwork for children´s access to education, to play, to express themselves, and to have their views heard. This article explores participation as a supportive framework for democracy, environmental justice, and cultural inclusion. It presents methods that have fostered cultural inclusion and connection to nature, by analyzing three projects in Boulder, Colorado and Salinas, California. Participatory methods included nicho boxes, photovoice, and garden art. These cases demonstrate how children’s rights to participation, through nature and the arts, help create just sustainabilities through the creation of culturally relevant practices that bridge social and environmental justice.
Descriptores
Participation, Social justice, Rights of the child, Arts, Nature.
Texto completo
Full text PDF
Bajar PDF
Referencia
Derr, V. (2017). Participation as a supportive framework for cultural inclusion and environmental justice. Revista Internacional de Educación para la Justicia Social (RIEJS), 6(1), 77-89.
https://doi.org/10.15366/riejs2017.6.1.004

 

El contenido de esta página requiere una versión más reciente de Adobe Flash Player.

Obtener Adobe Flash Player