This children’s book has 17 quotations by human rights heroes about many different aspects of freedom: the freedom to have an education; to not be hurt or tortured; the freedom to have a home and the freedom to be yourself. All quotations are in simple words that can be understood by young children.
This resource enables teachers to explore the human rights of sexual and gender minority groups with children and young people.
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.
Read more about this great behaviour-change programme for schools.
This poster pack from UNICEF UK contains detailed, hand-drawn posters showing groups of children and adults engaging in various activities. Pupils can identify where rights are, or are not, being followed.
This resource real-world case studies from Oxfam’s work with Indigenous communities in Australia and overseas and has learning activities to engage students on issues of Australian and global health and human development.
These materials from Oxfam Australia are aimed at pupils in Australian secondary schools but could be adapted for use in schools outside Australia. The teaching resources include film clips, a poster, blogs, case studies and an action guide. They show where a variety of fair trade items come from that are sold in Australia’s Oxfam […]
Teaching the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and Conflict Resolution
The guide introduces the key elements of Oxfam’s Curriculum for Global Citizenship, includes a framework for a whole school approach, provides case studies, maps out knowledge and understanding; skills; values and attitudes, and suggests resources for further reading.
The Red Cross is a humanitarian organisation, but what does that mean? The activities in this British Red Cross resource have been designed to help learners (ages 12-14) unpack the concept of humanitarianism, beginning with what it means to be human and building on this in sequential stages.