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Educational Research for Social Change

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BERMAN, Kim  e  SARRA, Janis. A Visual Conversation From South Africa: Climate Resilience and Hope for a Green Recovery. Educ. res. soc. change [online]. 2021, vol.10, n.2, pp.63-87. ISSN 2221-4070.

As the world copes with two parallel catastrophic events-climate change and COVID-19, this article examines how visual art students in South Africa used the pandemic period to imagine a better world, a green economic recovery, and a closer connection with nature and biodiversity. The visual conversation that this new generation of artists created provides a lens for engaging with a world in change. They generate inspirational and resourceful ideas, calling on us to be participatory and inclusive as a fundamental aspect of being human, evoking imagination to create alternative visions in collaboration with others. New understandings through visual research can provide a foundation for developing collective strategies toward economic and social security, and flourishing individually and as community.

Palavras-chave : visual research; green recovery; climate resilience.

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