Oxfam’s resources include practical activities to explore the crisis, films, and a slideshow with pictures from Kutupalong camp in Bangladesh, enabling pupils to learn more about the needs of people in a refugee camp.
Developed by the British Red Cross with the support of the Geographical Association, this exciting teaching package features a range of activities designed to encourage young people to explore the impact earthquakes have on individuals and communities.
Helen Davis from the British Red Cross explains the inspiration behind their new resource Natural disasters: earthquakes.
This collection of resources from the Catholic aid charity CAFOD helps students studying for Religious Studies GCSE to explore the issues around global justice that are part of the AQA, Edexcel or Eduqas specifications.
The Catholic aid agency CAFOD has produced a set of useful factsheets on a range of development issues. These are great for research, homework or a brief overview of some major themes in global development.
Teresa-Rae Morton from the Global Campaign for Education UK introduces this year’s focus for Send My Friend to School.
Technology Justice is the global right to access sustainable technologies. Should everyone be able to have technologies that enable them to live a decent life? Is it important that these technologies don’t harm others, now or in the future?
These resources from ActionAid help pupils at Key Stages 2 and 3 (ages 7 to 14) experience what it’s like living in a world of water through the eyes of four remarkable children in Bangladesh – one of the countries worst affected by climate change.
This guide has been developed by Oxfam together with the National Association of Teachers of English (NATE), and explores ‘why teach English with a Global Citizenship approach?
When disaster strikes the most vulnerable face the greatest loss. Often, it is children who suffer the most. This toolkit from Plan Canada aims to help you explore the issue of emergencies and disasters.