An excellent set of six lesson plans exploring the impact of war and conflict on children, children’s rights and children’s stories.
This activity kit brings a global dimension into the classroom at primary school level by exploring homes and the way people live in different places around the world. It also looks at what home means to us and why we all need one.
This book, published by New Internationalist, features over 50 thematic world maps which graphically analyse every key indicator and vital statistic of modern life, from wealth and power, war and peace through to rights, health and the environment.
This set of resources from CAFOD are designed to support the Geography curriculum at Key Stage 1 (ages 5-7). They consist of a PowerPoint set of photo cards and classroom activities to help inspire a curiosity about the world and its people.
A very useful set of teaching notes from Amnesty International on using fiction to teach about human rights. Class discussion questions and activities are provided for a wide range of primary and secondary level books.
Just Think… is a BBC School Radio series of funny and thought-provoking stories to help children from 7-11 to get to grips with big ideas. Each story is framed around one of life’s big questions, such as ‘what does it mean to be brave?’ or ‘is it ever ok to lie?’ Drawing on tested ‘philosophy […]
Schools Linking resources support schools and communities to develop a positive, cohesive ethos by helping children and young people and adults to explore their identity, celebrate diversity, champion equality and develop dialogue.
This year, Send My Friend to School focuses on education for children with disabilities.
The eight case studies in this resource tell rue stories of children and young people in Nicaragua organising and taking action on social justice issues in their communities to defend their own and other children’s human rights.
Reframing Rio looks at the promises made in the 1992 Earth Summit and at what has happened in the 20 years since then. By following the lives of 11 children in 10 different countries around the world, a series of short films provides an overview of