This pack provides lessons, an assembly and films which are aimed to encourage students aged 14-16 to explore the issues surrounding the use of the death penalty, one of Amnesty’s oldest and most established campaigns. The assembly is in the form of
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.
New Internationalist Magazine is produced by an independent trust working as a not-for-profit cooperative. It is published ten times a year and sets out to explain and inform, giving readers the essentials of a subject in a concise, easy-to-read full-colour format with excellent photos and graphics.
The British Red Cross has a series of free lesson plans online based on stimulating videos, intriguing photos and challenging real-life situations. These are ideal for Citizenship, PSHE and beyond.
This resource is for educators wanting to teach about the global sportswear industry and Olympic merchandise supply chains. It contains 10 ready-to-use activities for helping young people critically consider who makes the clothes and sporting merchandise they buy, and what can be done to improve their rights.
This resource is designed to complement the National Curriculum, especially in the area of Key Stage 3 Citizenship and for AS/2 Government and Politics. It enables students to explore the way pressure groups function and how they can take ‘informed a
Rank the teams playing in the 2010 World Cup according to their country’s level of social justice.
A selection of starters, filler activities and homework exercises to stimulate students’ interest and add freshness to your teaching. They present real-life situations and ask pupils to explore what they would do at different points in the story.
The aim of this website is to provide teachers with resources to effectively teach Global Citizenship through Art and Design. Developed by RISC and the October Gallery it features the work of artists from Benin, Nigeria, China, Iraq and New Zealand.
This pack includes a wide range of primary assemblies which cover all eight key concepts of the global dimension. Each assembly tries to draw out the emotional, moral and spiritual aspects of the stories they tell.