Placeholder for the image "".WED - Drawing contest
WED - Drawing contest

Our winners 2021

Welcome to the 2021

WED - Drawing contest

This year, commemorating the Eleventh edition of our Drawing Contest, we join efforts with the United Nations and World Environment Day focusing on the 17 Global Goals - called the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A “Super Global” plan with a vision of a better future for everyone and everything. All of what we have explored and learned for the past ten years is inter-connected with “Global” and the idea that what our planet needs is for us to become global citizens of change. The most important step is to start thinking globally in order to understand that what you do affects everything, and even the smallest of actions have a global impact!

Placeholder for the image "".Sign up

Sign up

to our WED-Drawing Contest 2021.

Placeholder for the image "".Play & Learn

Play & Learn

all about The Global Goals.

Placeholder for the image "".Draw to Support

Draw to Support

your favorite goal or all of them.

Placeholder for the image "".Upload, Share & Tag us

Upload, Share & Tag us

to create awareness together on social media.

goal finder

Goal #1Goal #2Goal #3Goal #4Goal #5Goal #6Goal #7Goal #8Goal #9Goal #10Goal #11Goal #12Goal #13Goal #14Goal #15Goal #16Goal #17
Let’s Learn All About The Goals! Click toLet`s check it out!Loading goals...Wait… Which goal will it be?Choose your goal or click toor

Select your category

The unpredictable marvels.

This is where the contest begins, with the smallest artists! The participants of this group and their drawings are a gift for this contest.

This artist is the most unpredictable of all. We can talk to them about animals, but they may want to draw an airplane and that’s all right. Let’s identify the parts of an airplane and its materials. The important thing here is for them to have fun while learning about a new idea.

The focused wanderers.

Sprouts do wonderful things! They are capable of really focusing on the things they like. Let them draw about what they are most interested in!

The best way to help artists in this category is by talking about what attracts their attention most about Global. Help them digest and understand the information by sharing examples. One of the best ways is by making them aware of small actions that can make an impact globally.

The visionaries.

The creative and insightful vision of this group has much to offer. Thinkers revel in their imagination and see the world as it can be, not only as it is.

The best way to motivate and encourage this group is with a lot of questions that don’t need perfect answers. It is wonderful to encourage them to reflect by asking them broad questions that pick their brains.

The agents of change.

This group may use their drawings to generate a powerful message, either by proposing solutions or by demonstrating the theme. They clearly understand that environmental consciousness needs to be part of becoming a global citizen and being an agent of change, but at the same time, they require more information. We must encourage them to dig deeper.

The learning center is a good starting point where you can find specially prepared information, which will guide you to continue researching and learning!

The social influencers.

Launched last year, this category was created for our active leaders and future guarantors of global sustainable development.

This generation of youths is naturally aware of what they consume, they will choose organic, natural, cruelty-free, sustainable sources. They understand the importance of well-being and balance in everything we do. They practice social influence naturally, capable of global revolutions, inspiring millions without limitations of borders, languages, ​​or beliefs.