- Poverty - some of the statistics and stories behind extreme poverty.
- Sustainable Development Goals - these replaced the Millennium Development Goals in 2015, and we all need to know about them.
- Trade - trade gives Multinational Corporations the ability to influence government policy, and great power over the lives of their employees.
- Aid - money donated by governments and charities to other countries in times of need. Responsible aid aims to help people out of poverty through education and training.
- Emergencies - resulting from human actions or natural disasters, but in either case the speed and nature of the international response is crucial.
- Health - we are continually faced with new and complex world health issues, and people living in extreme poverty often miss out on adequate health care.
- HIV and AIDS - there have been huge medical advances in the treatment of HIV, but still not everyone has access.
- Climate change - statistics, facts and thoughts to ponder on the impacts of climate change in the developing world.
Compassionate Values, Environment and Sustainability, Health and Well-being, Industry and Economy, Social Justice
KS3: ages 11-14, KS4: ages 14-16, KS5: ages 16+
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