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Resources

Scotdec has created these practical, classroom resources which support active Global Citizenship.

Active global citizens

Active Global Citizens – a peer education resource

Activities designed for young people to lead the learning on issues such as children’s rights, our global connections and the social and environmental impacts of consumerism.

Global Youth Work

Global Youth Work

Bringing Global Citizenship to life, this resource uses six everyday commodities - water, tobacco, chocolate, textiles, mobile phones and food - as a starting point for exploring global interdependencies. 

Fàilte Malawi

Fàilte Malawi

A Global Citizenship resource for primary schools. The activities in this resource pack encourage pupils to explore the links and commonalities that are shared between Scotland and Malawi.

Our Forest, Our Future

Our Forest, Our Future

Explore the interdependence of people and forests and the vital role forests play in sustaining our environment through exploring the Scots Pine forests and the the Congo Basin rainforest. Visit the resource 

A’ Adam’s Bairns?

A’ Adam’s Bairns?

Exploring equality and diversity in Scotland past and present, this resource examines slavery and the slave trade in the context of Scotland’s history and the issues which challenge us today. Visit the resource

Stride magazine

Stride

A free online magazine for teachers featuring articles on topical global issues, classroom activities and resources and information about events in your area. Visit www.stridemagazine.org.uk

Signposts

Signposts

Scotland's online directory of Global Citizenship resources. Features the best current resources to support global learning at all levels. Visit the resource 

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