‘I hope I can confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support.’ These were the first words Anne Frank wrote in the diary she began 70 years ago. Amnesty and the
This website is full of practical teaching resources provided in easy-to-use chunks, and is quickly searchable according to age range, theme and subject area. Lots of the resources are free, and are easily downloaded from the website.
RISC’s interactive Resource Bank supports the effective delivery of Global Citizenship across the curriculum. Choose from thousands of photos and artefacts from many different countries, plus teaching packs and books along with schemes of work and
These schemes of work for RE lessons present 5 profiles, exploring how faith has motivated people to take action as Global Citizens. For primary teaching, the profiles are: Alia Muhammed Baker (saved the books in Basra Central Library from looting
This resource from Amnesty International contains materials for one or two lessons. It explores the different definitions of modern slavery and uses case studies to demonstrate how slavery and human trafficking affect people’s lives.
This resource explores slavery past and present in the context of Scotland’s history. It draws on original source material to explore contemporary issues relating to racism, multiculturalism, religion and sectarianism…
Designed to support Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland, the activities in this pack encourage primary school teachers and their pupils to explore the links and commonalities that are shared between Scotland and Malawi.
This practical lesson will help pupils to think about harvest in the UK and African countries through making a tasty soup and looking at the ingredients in a sorting activity.
The Global Advocate Exhibition from Leeds Development Education Centre features 9 inspiring case studies of children and adults taking action for a fairer world. The accompanying teachers’ pack (including DVD) supports work around diversity, design.
This set of free online resources provides the basis of an hour-long workshop for students aged 16 and over to improve understanding of poverty, its causes, effects and what can be done to tackle it. Why, in a world of plenty, are so many people