TIG Magazines

TIG Magazines are a series of printed publications, developed with partners, celebrating the contributions of TIG members on various issues.

Issue 5: Perspectives: Youth Insights on Global Issues

Perspectives: Youth Insights on Global Issues

[Issue 5]

Between 2010 and 2011, TakingITGlobal partnered with youth organizations to successfully deliver the Adobe Youth Voices program to young people in Brazil, Egypt, India, Mexico, Nepal, and South Africa. Over 1,000 young people engaged in a critical exploration of local and global issues. They used their ideas, discussions and concerns to create thought provoking multimedia art pieces addressing the issues they felt the world should take a closer look at.

Issue 5 of TIG Magazine provides youth artists worldwide with a platform to explore local and global issues using their passion for a better world, boundless creativity, and 21st century skills. All of the artwork featured in this magazine was created by youth 13-18 years old. The perspectives are diverse, honest, and aim to inspire awareness about the local and global issues that affect young people in all corners of the world.

This magazine was made possible with the support of the Adobe Youth Voices program, the Adobe Foundation's signature philanthropy initiative.

Issue 5: Perspectives: Youth Insights on Global Issues

Perspectives: Youth Insights on Global Issues [Issue 5]

Between 2010 and 2011, TakingITGlobal partnered with youth organizations to successfully deliver the Adobe Youth Voices program to young people in Brazil, Egypt, India, Mexico, Nepal, and South Africa. Over 1,000 young people engaged in a critical exploration of local and global issues. They used their ideas, discussions and concerns to create thought provoking multimedia art pieces addressing the issues they felt the world should take a closer look at.

Issue 5 of TIG Magazine provides youth artists worldwide with a platform to explore local and global issues using their passion for a better world, boundless creativity, and 21st century skills. All of the artwork featured in this magazine was created by youth 13-18 years old. The perspectives are diverse, honest, and aim to inspire awareness about the local and global issues that affect young people in all corners of the world.

This magazine was made possible with the support of the Adobe Youth Voices program, the Adobe Foundation's signature philanthropy initiative.