Throughout 2003 and 2004 Runnymede worked with groups of young people across the UK to find out their views on the past, present and future of multi-ethnic Britain. Using the arts to stimulate discussion, the various projects have produced a high standard of work and a real contribution to policy debates.
In January 2005 Runnymede launched a Virtual Exhibition and Teaching Resource. Aimed at the 11-18 age group, it is available free of charge to schools and youth groups who are looking for resources to stimulate discussion and for ideas for future projects and activities that will enable young people to express their views about their heritage, sense of belonging, racisms and identities.
The virtual exhibition is in CD-ROM format and can be used as a series of short films as part of lessons or activities (order on web site). To support teachers and others working with young people there are guidance notes and activities for teachers. These will be particularly useful for Citizenship teaching in KS3 and KS4.
- CD-ROM (free)
- Order via the website. Small charge made for postage.
- Website (free)
- Visit website
- PDF (free)
- Teachers' Guide available free as PDF.
- Film (free)
- Films are on the website as well as on the CD.
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