This online data exploration tool, developed by the UNESCO Institute of Statistics, brings gender and access to education statistics to life. Users can explore and compare access to education for people living in different countries of the world.
What would your life be like if you only had 5 years of schooling? For some African girls, this is the most education they can expect, and they are the lucky ones. This website helps you explore the data to find out what needs to change.
These two lesson plans provide a cross-curricular scheme of work for 14-16 year-olds. Students investigate the current issue of women’s rights in Egypt using images, up-to-date information and peer-learning.
Ten colourful infographics which aim to show why girls and women belong at the centre of sustainable development.
This is a seven-module series produced by Oxfam Canada, examining poverty and power, women’s rights, humanitarian emergencies, HIV and AIDS, food security, water, and climate change through a gender lens.
This collection of teacher resources from the US Fund for Unicef includes units, lesson plans, videos, multimedia and stories. They are intended to raise student awareness of the importance of gender equality.
Millions of women & girls face obstacles and stereotypes just because they are female, which affects the opportunities they have and the kind of lives they live. This toolkit from Plan Canada will introduce you to the complex topic of gender equality
Explore the power of music with this cross-curricular teaching resource for ages 7–11. Raising Her Voice is an exciting series of lessons that inspire learners to explore the role of music in social change.
A website and project that uses documentary film to get people talking about poverty. The collection is made up of 8 long films and 34 shorts by award-winning filmmakers and emerging talents. The stories are moving and thought-provoking
This activity from Stride, the online Global Citizenship magazine for schools, allows pupils to find out about gender equality in education in Kenya and to consider some of the similarities and differences with the UK.