A tale of all is the name given to the collection of children's stories that were published by Editorial CES and the Sustainability Office of the CES University, and which seeks to bring the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) closer to the little ones.
The SDGs are 17 goals published by the United Nations that were adopted in 2015 by all member states to end poverty, protect the planet and guarantee peace and prosperity by 2030. That is why in the collection of Editorial CES Each objective has a story that represents and promotes it.
“These stories are illustrated by boys and girls. The scope that is expected to have is that they become educational material for the different educational institutions with which the University has contact and other organizations that work with the child population ”, explained Daniel Ramírez Vásquez, coordinator of Social Management of the Sustainability area.
The coordinator added that children are an essential audience so that the SDGs can transform society through education, taking advantage of the promotion of reading and interaction with stories through drawing.
The stories have a length of one page, each story is accompanied by a different drawing of a child and its narration focuses on anecdotal fact as an expression of one of the SDGs.
An example of these is the story Nabá, in which to promote objective 3 of the list, "Guarantee a healthy life and promote well-being for all at all ages", the story of a girl who receives the The name of a princess who heals the wounds of warriors, Nabá, and makes the decision to honor her name, sharing happiness with theater in remote hospitals and healing the "warriors of everyday life."
“For the CES publishing house it is important to publicize these initiatives, because one of our objectives is to promote a culture, and it is excellent to do so by mixing literature with pedagogy to teach in a simple way, not only to the children who participate but also to adults ”, commented Roger David Sánchez Bravo, coordinator of Editorial CES.
The stories can be read in theEditorial websiteThey will also be in audiobook and in sign language.