The Catholic aid charity CAFOD has a selection of secondary and Post-16 teaching resources on the issues of peace and conflict.
This is a letter to Malala Yousafzai, illustrated with beautiful photographs. Girls from around the world express their sympathy, sisterhood and admiration for her.
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.
We’ve used Storify to collect together a range of online resources to help you teach about Nelson Mandela
This handbook is intended to help teachers think through how they can embed the global dimension into their teaching. It has been developed through an EU-funded project involving primary and secondary teachers from the UK, Austria, the Czech Republic
These schemes of work for RE lessons present 5 profiles, exploring how faith has motivated people to take action as Global Citizens. For primary teaching, the profiles are: Alia Muhammed Baker (saved the books in Basra Central Library from looting
Marking the Jubilee in the Commonwealth
Archbishop Oscar Romero was assassinated in El Salvador on March 24, 1980 because his commitment to those living in poverty led him to speak out against injustice. These film clips from CAFOD tell the story of his life and outline CAFOD’s work in El Salvador today.
This website designed by a history teacher includes lots of teaching material about Black history in Britain.
The Resources section focuses on five key periods, from the Tudors to the 20th century, and includes lesson plans, photographs, PowerPoint