Created for Amnesty International by Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell, this little book is full of beautiful, hopeful pictures interpreting our freedoms.
This Key Stage 2 (ages 7-11) resource from Practical Action offers great cross curricular opportunities for pupils to explore the difference that growing pumpkins can make to the lives of people living in flood affected regions in Bangladesh. Activities include exploring the lifecycle of a pumpkin, making seed packets and pumpkin snacks.
Aimed at teachers in all subjects, and across all age groups, this global citizenship guide introduces the key elements of Oxfam’s Curriculum for Global Citizenship, as well as providing case studies outlining best practice in the classroom
This Activity Kit for KS2 (ages 7-11) provides suggestions for teaching about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs or ‘Global Goals’) – a set of 17 ambitious targets that aim to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all
This children’s book has 17 quotations by human rights heroes about many different aspects of freedom: the freedom to have an education; to not be hurt or tortured; the freedom to have a home and the freedom to be yourself. All quotations are in simple words that can be understood by young children.
This resource enables teachers to explore the human rights of sexual and gender minority groups with children and young people.
This award-winning book was originally published by Amnesty International to celebrate 60 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Amnesty has made a selection of free activities available to download, which complement this book.
This guide has been developed by Oxfam together with the National Association of Teachers of English (NATE), and explores ‘why teach English with a Global Citizenship approach?
This guide has been developed by Oxfam together with the Maths Association, and explores ‘why teach maths with a Global Citizenship approach?
This photo-teaching resource accompanies Think Global’s 2015-2016 Global Wallplanner. It uses photos to explore ‘positive stories of development’, inspired by the 12 global themes of the European Year for Development 2015.