Owen Everett, Peace Education Officer at CND, outlines how their Peace Education programme empowers young people to think critically about nuclear weapons, peace and security issues.
Maria Georgiou, Education Engagement Manager at Wateraid, talks about their work to ensure everyone, worldwide, has access to clean water in order to thrive.
Lisa Lee, Project Support Officer at Think Global talks about the important role teacher’s play in nurturing children and helping them to release their full potential, on International Day for Street Children.
Bren Hellier, Education Officer at Practical Action, talks about their work in Turkana, Northern Kenya, and how it became the basis for their new Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) resource Ditch the Dirt.
Laurel Hart, UNA-UK’s Outreach & Campaigns Officer, explains why teaching about the UN’s work tackling the world’s most complex challenges is so important in today’s world.
Medeia Cohen discusses her motivations behind the Hats of Faith project, and how it can help to educate and prepare young children and their parents for our culturally diverse modern world.
Caroline Grogan, Campaigns Support for The Climate Coalition, discusses their Show the Love campaign and runs through some ways that schools can get involved this February.
Amber Robinson delivers Water Explorer in the UK, and explains how the schools programme can support students in engaging with the Global Goals.
Georgina Stevens, a sustainability consultant and author of the children’s book series, Be The Change Books introduces her book about ocean plastic: ‘Finn the Fortunate Tiger Shark and his Fantastic Friends’.
Grace Benati, Research and Communications Officer at Positive Negatives introduces Why Comics? and explains how it can encourage pupils to engage with and reflect on global issues.