The Isle of Gigha is the most southerly of the Hebridean Islands and one of the most beautiful in Scotland. Community owned, Gigha is 7 miles long by a mile+half wide and is home to a growing community of over 200 people.
AWA is happy to announce a new partnership with Gigha Primary School. Up and coming in 2017 I will be supporting their path to becoming an Eco School and Rights Respecting School and contribute to their community outreach, which aims to place Education for Sustainable Development at the centre of their work. My work on Gigha will seek to connect their children and youth to communities living in other Island contexts around the world. I will be offering Human Rights Education and opportunities for the community to creatively investigate their environment and the current environment issues that affect their lives.