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The Global Dimension blog has regular articles on teaching ideas and new resources to support the global dimension in the classroom.
Amnesty Young Reporter 2013 finalists Genevieve Brown, Zaahid Rahman and Ellie Williams Amnesty Youth Awards: Campaigning from the classroom 3 November 2014 Genevieve Brown talks about participating in the Amnesty Young Human Rights Reporter of the Year Award. Oxfam World Shapers 30 September 2014

New whole-school opportunity from Oxfam.

Caroline and Joe How do US teachers teach the global dimension? 22 September 2014

Caroline Picking reports on her research project.

Scottish referendum round-up 10 September 2014

Scotland decides - some useful ideas.

Amnesty Teacher Programme 1 September 2014

Highly-rated course for teachers.

Learning all about El Salvador 27 August 2014

New Key Stage 2 resource from CAFOD written for the new Geography curriculum.

Bigger than Dolly Parton?! 18 August 2014

Educational recycling song is the 'most played track' at Glastonbury this year!

An Amazon Indian in London 16 June 2014

Nixiwaka Yawanawá introduces himself to UK schools.

Emergency! 3 June 2014

New resources from CAFOD about their emergency response.

International Day of Peace 2014 12 May 2014

Creative writing competition for schools from CND.

Could you be the Solar Schools superstars of tomorrow? 6 May 2014

Apply for a place on the Solar Schools project.

Play Fair for the World Cup this summer 17 April 2014

Exploring CAFOD's new resources for the World Cup in Brazil.

Send ALL My Friends to School 24 March 2014

This year, Send My Friend to School focuses on education for children with disabilities.

Pupils knock our Fairtrade socks off! 10 March 2014

Victoria Ahmed from the Schools Team at CAFOD shares her experience of CAFOD and SockShop's 'Find Your Fair Trade Feet' competition.

Equality for women is progress for all – is this true? 6 March 2014

Some thoughts and ideas about the slogan for International Women's Day 2014

The ethics of ‘doing good’ 7 February 2014

Claire Bennett reflects on the ethics of students volunteering abroad - what steps can young people take to ensure they find a responsible placement with positive outcomes?

Question mark Ten critical questions 15 January 2014

Kate Brown, Head of Programmes at Think Global, suggests 10 questions for global learning.

Why numbers matter 7 January 2014

Kate Brown, Head of Programmes at Think Global, explores why numbers matter in teaching about our interconnected world.

Teaching about Nelson Mandela 9 December 2013 We've used Storify to collect together a range of online resources to help you teach about Nelson Mandela Creative use of film-making in global learning 11 November 2013

Rosemary Clarke from the One World Centre, Isle of Man, reports on the film competition they ran this year for primary schools.

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