Founded after the end of the second World War, the United Nations is an international organization made up of 193 countries committed to maintaining international peace and security.
While the history of the United Nations is important, its future depends on what we do today.
At a United Nations Conference in Rio de Janeiro in 2012, countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda.
These goals are referred to as The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This series will introduce your students to each goal, deepen their familiarity with the history of the United Nations and ultimately make them an SDG champion to transform the world.
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Arts, Culture and Religion, Child Rights, Compassionate Values, Environment and Sustainability, Equality, Globalisation and Interdependence, Health and Well-being, Industry and Economy, Media, Internet and Technology, Peace, Conflict and Justice, Politics and Government, Production and Consumption, Social Justice
KS1: ages 5-7, KS2: ages 7-11, KS3: ages 11-14, KS4: ages 14-16, KS5: ages 16+
Art and design, Citizenship, Economics, Geography, History, Media studies, Philosophy / P4C / Critical thinking, Politics, PSHE / PSE / PSED, RE / RS, Science, Remote learning, Spiritual, moral, social, cultural (SMSC)