Matteo Bergamini, the Founder and Director of Shout Out UK explains the thinking behind their flagship Political Literacy programme, which aims to get more young people interested and engaged in politics by teaching them about the processes within politics, public speaking and debating.
Daniel Calvert, Education Editor at the British Red Cross on their Our Shared Future resource, which helps pupils develop empathy, as they put themselves in others’ shoes to understand how we all have a shared humanity with the same kinds of fears and hopes as one another.
It’s the Week of Action for Send My Friend to School. Ema Jackson shares more about the campaign.
In this guest blog, Carrie Supple introduces Journey to Justice, a human rights education charity which combines teaching about human rights movements, the music and arts of protest and tools of social change.
Kate Jones from Think Global reflects on a recent workshop she delivered at the Association for Teachers of Mathematics conference.
Nikki Mattei from Fashion Revolution introduces their campaign and educational resources calling for greater transparency in the fashion industry.
Luke Wynne, Head of Youth and Schools at Global Action Plan, explains how the organisation is helping young people to make positive changes.
Gareth Thyer-Jones, Managing Director of Talented Teacher Jobs, considers the reasons behind the global shortage of teachers.
Kate Jones from the Climate Coalition encourages primary schools and teachers to get creative about climate change this Valentine’s Day.
Isy Mead, Head of Learning at The Story Museum in Oxford, introduces a new set of film-based primary resources to support study of the First World War through new global perspectives – and animals!