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?
Exploring the Holocaust is a free, comprehensive and flexible cross-curricular online scheme of work which provides teachers with all of the materials they need to teach the Holocaust successfully.
Global Express is a teaching resource from Oxfam Intermón (Spain) which explores different global themes. This particular issue explores how the global food system works, and how we can change our consumption habits.
These resources from Oxfam use a film narrated by poet Roger McGough to look at how women in Bolivia, Philippines, Zimbabwe and the UK have been affected by climate change, and how they are responding.
The news is a great global dimension resource.
Genevieve Brown talks about participating in the Amnesty Young Human Rights Reporter of the Year Award.
Kate Brown, Head of Programmes at Think Global, suggests 10 questions for global learning.
A comprehensive teaching resource aimed at supporting upper primary school (Key Stage 2) teachers to introduce and teach about development issues in the classroom, and in particular to link with literacy teaching (including speaking and listening, enquiry skills and Philosophy for Children) and the Geography curriculum.
What makes a good global read?