Pic climate justice!


The Project

The project “Pic climate justice” aims to encourage young people in the global south and north to discuss and participate in the complex topic of “climate justice”. Within the project, young
people between 16 and 30 years designed a digital photo exhibition in which they illustrated their personal experiences and perspectives on the topic "climate justice".


Five participants will also be trained to become so-called “Guides”. The purpose of the "Guides" is to encourage other young people in the global south and north to think about "climate justice". They will jointly develop a workshop with the use of the digital photo exhibition to discuss the underlying topics with groups of young people (peer to peer).

The digital photo exhibition will be presented to an audience in public online and offline events, in schools, universities, youth centers, shopping centers, cultural centers and various other places.

The exhibition


The exhibition premiere will be held online on the 1st of October 2022 online via zoom!
Sign up now: https://www.jugendumwelt.at/de/pic-climate-justice-exhibition-premiere


More exhibitions are in planing so keep tuning in for updates! If you have an idea for showing this great exhibition about "climate justice" made by young people, please contact us via picclimatejustice@jugendumwelt.at.



Impressions from the past project "Pic herstory!" (2020-2021)

Here you can take a look at the exhibition catalogue.

Here you can find a video of the virtual tour throuh the exhibition:




Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals: (short: SDGs) are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals adopted by the United Nations.  to be implemented until the year 2030. They recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve life on land and below water. These goals will be used as the underlying concept of this project in order to talk about "climate justice".