2018 Call-to-Action

Below are the 5 Global Design Challenges that the delegates considered over the WSIF:

Reminding yourselves of the solutions that were generated over the 2 weeks of the WSIF would provide greater insight into developing a Call-to- Action for 2018. Below is a link to the Video Presentations of the 10 Solutions.

Design Pitch Presentations
  Global Design Challenge Initial Presentation Final Presentation PowerPoint Presentation
Light Blue 2 – Dealing with the world’s waste as to not compromise our future water resources. Video Link Video Link PPT
Dark Blue 4 – The demand for food as a result of increased commercialisation is effecting access to it, and distribution of it. Video Link  Video Link PPT
Green 5 – Sustainable access to clean water to support the needs of our global communities. Video Link  Video Link PPT not used
Grey 4 – The demand for food as a result of increased commercialisation is effecting access to it, and distribution of it. Video Link  Video Link PPT 
Red 3 – The amount of water accessed for agriculture to produce our food is compromising our future. Video Link  Video Link PPT
Pink 1 – The reliance on convenience food and supplements leading to increased health risks. Video Link  Video Link PPT
Purple 2 – Dealing with the world’s waste as to not compromise our future water resources. Video Link Video Link (Part 1)

Video Link (Part 2)

PPT
Yellow 3 – The amount of water accessed for agriculture to produce our food is compromising our future. Video Link  Video Link PPT
Orange 5 – Sustainable access to clean water to support the needs of our global communities. Video Link  Video Link PPT
White 1 – The reliance on convenience food and supplements leading to increased health risks.  Video Link  Video Link PPT
Futures of Food & Water Criteria

Creating your Call-to-Action

DOWNLOAD – Call to Action (October 2017) v1 – World School

Guidelines in Creating your Call-To-Action
  1. Meet together with all of the students who attended 2017 WSIF
  2. Review the Design Pitches that were presented on the final day of the WSIF (Videos are found in the table above)
  3. As a team discuss which of the Global Design Challenges you believe are worth considering as a basis of your Call-to-Action which YOU will able to realistically implement in your School.
  4. Consider the solutions that have been proposed for your selected Global Design Challenge (you may want to review these videos again)
  5. Outline the solution, solutions or a combination of solution you are going to use as a basis of your call-to-action. You may need to contextualise this within your own School and/or Community. This can be detailed in the section of the ‘Creating our Call-to-Action’ template in the ‘Description of Solution’ area.
  6. Outline an action plan of how this is going to be achieved. Who is going to do what? Give yourself some realistic timeframes. We would appreciate an update in a few months to know how it is going.
  7. Outline which Futures of Food and Water criteria you are addressing and how will the solution meet this criteria. You must address a minimum of three (3) criteria
  8. Once you have completed the ‘Creating our Call-to-Action’ template we would suggest scanning it and send it through to admin@world-school.com by December 10, 2017

You must ensure you detail how you are going to make it happen within your School and/or Community.