December 1st, we honor those who are leading the fight against HIV/AIDS—ORPHAN VOICES (2001) A global project giving children & young a voice who have hopes for the future, despite their desperate circumstances - image; From The International Children’s Art Museum, photographer Morten Hvaal and NORAD ’s global art program incl. children's messages in developing countries through art. Many of the works were also submitted from Asia and Europe as well as Uganda, Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa and Malawi. #AIDS #Epidemic #UNAIDS #December1 #commitment #community #WorldAIDSDay #WAD2016 #Gettingtozero #stillnocure ... See MoreSee Less
Today's children - who themselves are the future put an important focus on new possible realistic inventions relating to various future social challenges, climate and environment.
Oslo is one of Europe's fastest growing capitals. Many people move here each year to live and work in this great city. In recent years, the capital experienced a new architecture and new urban development projects, the # ski resort, Tjuvholmen, Vulkan #Bjørvika #Barcode and Opera. The city is constantly growing - new neighborhoods springing up and old developed and transformed. Meanwhile, half of the Oslo municipality covered by forests and parks, making Oslo a green city in summer and a ski paradise in winter. With around 40 islands and you look around it seems that the city is preparing for the future! #VisitOslo #love #Norway #Happy #Kids #culture
Artwork; "Oslo in the future - how do you think our city will look like in 50 to 100 years?" Rosenholm school, by Josefine and Alva (11) Norway ... See MoreSee Less