This pack includes 10 sets of cards featuring 20 aspects of life such as ‘clean water’ and ‘fashionable clothes’, along with a sheet giving four activity ideas of how to use the cards.
This resource for pupils aged 16 to 19 focuses on key development issues including human capital, modernisation, control and violence, green development, religion and democracy.
This pack supports teachers to enable students to explore development processes within their own locality in the context of global interdependence.
These books provide history-based approaches to teaching citizenship. The pupil book is divided into 9 sections, each structured by a specific question. These include ‘what was it like to be Jewish in Europe in the 1930s?’ ‘How did Hitler make German
Working Children Worldwide contains information, activities and materials for pupils to investigate the complex issue of child labour in the context of globalisation. It introduces four children with different experiences of work, through photographs
This is a well constructed and user-friendly pack for incorporating global perspectives into teaching and learning. It provides an introduction for very young children to the basic rights of all children and the responsibilities that accompany them.
The book is divided into three sections – Human Rights Education, Classroom Activities, and Information and Resources. The first section provides reflections on human rights education and the last section contains a summary of the UN Conventions
This fun and lively manual provides more than 40 tried-and-tested activities and games to get children and young people involved in the decision-making process.
This book shares ideas about exploring Muslim perspectives through education and citizenship education to promote social inclusion in the context of cultural pluralism. It is designed to encourage students and teachers of all backgrounds to explore Muslim perspectives on contemporary issues.
The articles in this book offer a critique of the citizenship curriculum in England. A convincing case is made for an inclusive citizenship agenda that builds on human rights (including children’s rights) education, multicultural education and antiracist education.