Innovation Challenge
Fund - Creative Arts


The Project

Our aim is to help people in Ireland gain a stronger understanding of global justice, the role of partnership and solidarity, and the importance of local ownership in achieving sustainable development.

To help with this, 40 volunteers attended workshops on global citizenship education and applied what they learned to create murals that convey the message of the Global Goals. In Mozambique, Zambia, India, and Ireland, four murals were made.

Our Murals

Check out the murals below for more details and enjoy the stories about the creative process of our volunteers.

Mural 1 - India

A vibrant mural created by SERVE volunteers symbolising the unity and inclusion experienced during their time working with the Association of People with Disability (APD).

Mural 2 - Zambia

The talented and vibrant school community of Luyobolola collaborated with the SERVE 2023 volunteers to produce a beautiful mural symbolising the culture and community of Mazabuka.

Mural 3 - Mozambique

In Mozambique, SERVE partners with Young Africa to enhance the lives of vulnerable young people. Young Africa Beira is a Technical and Vocational Education and Training centre (TVET centre).

Mural 4 - Ireland

As part of the Gaisce Gold Award, students of Pipers Hill college, Nass Ireland created a mural about the Global Goals in Scala, Cork. This was facilitated by SERVE.


To Watch

SDG Murals

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