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13 Jul 2017
An end-of-term music quiz that’s fast-moving and sometimes humorous, with plenty of opportunity for thoughtful discussion and expression of opinion.
An earthquake struck part of central Italy in August. Encourage young people to explore the humanitarian response with the following activities.
25 Jan 2017
Like other forms of adversity, bad weather is an opportunity – to solve problems, help others, practise skills and build understanding. These activities cover topics from coping emotionally to calculating the cost–benefit of evacuation.
New resource for geography teachers helps 11-19 year olds understand the humanitarian impact of a natural disaster like an earthquake.
A collection of activities for teachers to help students reflect on life a year on from typhoon Haiyan.
Children play, hours after an earthquake destroyed their homes. What do students want to know? Help them take ownership of their learning.
Help young people understand that the protection of humanity in war requires commitment to firm principles and can pose challenging dilemmas. Groups can try out an actual question posed in the training of humanitarian staff and volunteers.
Explore barriers to humanitarian aid and actions in conflict zones.
When is the best time to think about what to do in a crisis? Reflect, explore and experiment with this collection of crisis situations.
What happens when the well runs dry? Explore the impact of a four year drought on Californian residents.
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