Leaflets and posters from UNICEF that provide an excellent summary of the the 42 articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
This free website supports teachers in developing and embedding global learning through the KS3 Citizenship curriculum (ages 11-14). It has a large number of downloadable PDFs, PowerPoints, worksheets, schemes of learning and reflection tools.
This website from the Irish international charity Trócaire is designed for teachers in Ireland, but includes many resources that would be suitable for UK teachers. It has a wide range of development education resources on many different global issues
This photo-teaching resource accompanies Think Global’s 2015-2016 Global Wallplanner. It uses photos to explore ‘positive stories of development’, inspired by the 12 global themes of the European Year for Development 2015.
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 series of lessons from the Oxfam Education website help you improve your learners’ English skills while making the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child relevant and interesting.
This toolkit is one of a set created by Plan Canada, which explore key global issues and themes in Plan’s international development work in an accessible way. The toolkits promote discussion around both the challenges and possible solutions to address these issues. They are well-suited for teachers, educators, youth leaders, mentors, and clubs. Every child […]
This toolkit from Plan Canada aims to help you explore the issue of HIV/AIDS. In communities where HIV/AIDS is prevalent, children are often denied their rights. The diseases take a toll, sometimes leaving children orphaned and discriminated against.
This toolkit from Plan Canada aims to help you explore the issue of malaria, which continues to be one of the leading causes of death in children under five.
This toolkit from Plan Canada aims to help you explore the issue of food security. While food insecurity destabilizes families and communities, the world produces enough food to feed everyone. It doesn’t have to be this way.