Me, You, Everyone is the third in the series of Lift Off materials, which have been developed for use in the primary school classroom to promote understanding and respect for human rights. Consisting of ten lessons, each of which are structured
There are at least 12.3 million people working in forced labour (modern day slavery). Investigations show that forced labour is used in 58 countries to produce 122 types of product. This poster and website show the products and locate them on a world
A series of photocopiable resource books which aim to “improve awareness of today’s social issues”. Each one covers a variety of different opinions on the subject in question, drawing information from a wide range of sources.
We all know the story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but this version of the tale turns out a little different. Set in Mali, Chaga, from a poor family, is invited to go to a chocolate plantation where he dreams of having his own bicycle, eatin
This role play game, from the charities Christian Aid and CAFOD, is suitable for ages 13 onwards, and encourages those playing to imagine life as someone making trainers. The game can be played in groups of up to 40 people, and uses role-play to
This book for children, with a foreword by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, illustrates and summarises the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The book is suitable for children of primary school age.
Working Children Worldwide contains information, activities and materials for pupils to investigate the complex issue of child labour in the context of globalisation. It introduces four children with different experiences of work, through photographs
This teaching manual contains information about human development issues and policy with specific examples of development projects in Africa and guidance about how to teach young children about development co-operation. It consists of 16 storyboards
The book is divided into three sections – Human Rights Education, Classroom Activities, and Information and Resources. The first section provides reflections on human rights education and the last section contains a summary of the UN Conventions
The book is divided into three parts, with the majority of space given over to classroom activities with worksheets and other materials. Section one provides an introduction to human rights education and links the resource to the National Curriculum