Celebrating women’s achievements worldwide.
Christian Aid has produced a range of free, ready-to-use multi-faith secondary assemblies that bring global issues of poverty and injustice to life.
Each assembly includes a suggested script on a PDF, with ideas for reflection and further action
This secondary teaching resource aims to raise awareness of the issue of early and forced marriages. Its starting point is a short animated film based on the true story of a young British girl whose family tried to force her into marriage.
100 years of celebrating women’s achievements.
MILieU is a set of 53 cards available as a paid-for PDF download, each with a topic or question for discussion printed on it, some with suggested activities to research further. They are designed to get students thinking, discussing and researching lots of different issues in society such as environmental sustainability, politics, sociology, moral judgement, enterprise, common sense, financial literacy, the law and more.
This website aims to provide efficient and comprehensive access to statistical data on world issues. You select a subject from the top menu and watch the countries on the map change their size according to the data
Football and Freedom is an online resource pack from the NUT bursting with fun and informative teaching resources and activities for teaching children about South Africa through football. It enables teachers to use the excitement around the World Cup
Me, You, Everyone is the third in the series of Lift Off materials, which have been developed for use in the primary school classroom to promote understanding and respect for human rights. Consisting of ten lessons, each of which are structured
This education pack was developed and trialled at Barham Primary School in Wembley, and celebrates that wonderful South Asian garment, the sari. It was produced to accompany an exhibition of both traditional and new saris, images of which can be view
This free DVD resource is about the right to education and why girls and women in particular are excluded from enjoying this right. It is produced by Camfed International, a charity which supports girls’ education in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Ghana