TURN IT AROUND FOR PEOPLE AND PLANET
We are proud to present the latest MY World 360 selection, which premiered at the SDG Global Festival of Action! These immersive VR experiences cover topics like female perspectives on migration, the aftermath of the effects of climate change on the island of Mauritius, and the impact of constant connectivity on mental health.
IMMERSIVE STORIES INSPIRING PEOPLE EVERYWHERE TO TAKE ACTION
MY World 360º invites immersive creators - media pros and first time creators alike - to create media that allows us to experience a world turned around - a new reimagined world in which the SDGs are a reality- and that inspires people everywhere to take part in the bold and transformative action needed to solve the issues we face.
Since its launch in 2018, MY World 360º annual selections have screened and inspired people across the world at the UN General Assembly, UN SDG Global Festival of Action, film festivals, schools and community events and cultural institutions.
MY World 360º is a collaboration among Digital Promise, Oculus from Facebook, and the UN SDG Action Campaign.
JOIN THE COMMUNITY OF CONTENT CREATORS
New MY World 360º creators join every year a growing community of talented and engaged creators and storytellers that spans across world regions, language and backgrounds.
Through the online platform, participants get access to digital resources and a virtual community to help them through the creative and production process. The selected projects will be shown in digital platforms and made available for educators, film festivals and individuals alongside screening guides for those who want to improve their understanding about global issues and the solutions and approaches to tackle them.
MY WORLD 360° 2021 SELECTION AT THE SDG GLOBAL FESTIVAL OF ACTION
An interactive virtual reality experience on climate change.
Created by: Vipin Dhunnoo, Generative Arts, Crève Coeur, Pamplemousses, Mauritius.
A documentary raising awareness of human mobility and the Venezuelan displacement crisis
Created by: Directed and written by: Juan Pablo Urgilés. Produced by: Caridian Niama, Camila Aulestia, Genesis Carrero, David Lucio. Juan Pablo Urgilés, Imán Transmedia (production company) with the support of UNHCR Ecuador Office, TechCamp Program, El Pitazo, Ecuador Chequea and Kaleidoscope. Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador.
A short public service announcement about the effect that isolation and mass information can have on mental health.
Created by: Abigail Rosciglione, Esmeralda Estrada, Nimai V., Marcos T. Educator/Mentor: Andrés Diaz, Puerta 18, CABA, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
An experience of a sustainable world where riding your bicycle is safe, joyful, and healthy.
Created by: Pedro Amaral Reis, Rafael Bittencourt, Guilherme Novak, Marcela Ávila, Global Shapers Community Hub Porto Alegre, Fundação Thiago de Moraes Gonzaga, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Naturwälder: Schatzkisten heimischer Artenvielfalt (Natural forests: treasure chests of native biodiversity)
A trip into the protected natural forests of the Hainich National Park in Thuringia and the island Vilm in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
Created by: Hauke Wulff, Johannes Ott, Marta Denker, Ben Yat-Fung Wong, Niklas Wienböker, Max Gausepohl (all students of the HAW Hamburg), Sandra Juette, HAW Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
A sitcom that aims to eliminate prejudice against people with Down Syndrome in the workforce.
Created by: Marcos Nisti and Tadeu Jungle, Junglebee, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
An immersive transmedia experience highlighting a village endangered by the mining industry.
Created by: Juan Manuel Peña, Julia Schmidt, Fundación Chasquis, Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia.
A guided tour by indigenous Somali midwives showing the complex, often overlooked birth journeys of refugee women living in Dadaab, one of the worlds' largest refugee camps.
Created by: Josephine Gitome, Dr. Muthoni Mainah, Brian Afande, Elizabeth Ngina, Edwin Nyongesa,
Susan Munguti, Jen Bagelman, Newcastle University, Newcastle, Northumberland, United Kingdom.