These resources, a ‘similarities and differences’ workshop plan and an assembly pack, have been produced by the charity Remembering Srebrenica, which raises awareness of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
A counter-extremism educational resource that aims to reduce the appeal of extremism and offer a positive alternative to the increasing amounts of extremist material and propaganda available online.
Exploring the Holocaust is a free, comprehensive and flexible cross-curricular online scheme of work which provides teachers with all of the materials they need to teach the Holocaust successfully.
This resource for pupils aged 14-16, including six lesson plans, explores issues of prejudice, intolerance and community cohesion in the context of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide.
The sixth in a series of termly activity kits for members of Think Global’s Schools Network. Available to members each term, each issue of The global dimension in my classroom includes a range of activities, ideas, case studies and more to help you explore global connections. This edition is focused on poetry at Key Stages […]
This website aims to bring documentaries into UK secondary schools. It features clips from a range of excellent documentary films exploring many different social and global issues. There are detailed lesson plans accompanying the clips
Letterbox Library is a not-for-profit social enterprise and co-operative that has been running for nearly 30 years and specialises in multicultural and inclusive children’s books. Their books are sourced from a range of UK and overseas publishers and
This set of webpages consists of 28 oral history testimonies in the British Library sound archive, gathered from Jewish men and women who came to live in Britain during or after World War II. These testimonies are personal, individual, true stories,
This is a very simple story, about a small creature who does his best to join in with the others. But he’s different. No matter how he tries, he just doesn’t belong.
This publication examines both the Jewish experiences of racism as well as that of the black and Asian communities. It examines the position of asylum seekers and refugees today and considers what can be done on a practical level to combat racism and develop a just and multi-ethnic society.