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An Italian Red Cross volunteer involved in the response to an earthquake

Italy earthquake

An earthquake struck part of central Italy in August. Encourage young people to explore the humanitarian response with the following activities.

Red cross staff helping mothers and children in Badanrero

East Africa facing hunger

20 Apr 2017

Food shortages are hard to contemplate, but this edition of Newsthink provides thoughtful activities for approaching the current crises in East Africa and Yemen.

Police officers and members of the emergency services attend to a person injured in a terror attack on London Bridge in central London on 3rd June 2017

London Bridge attack

14 Jun 2017

Explore how acting with humanity can make a difference to people affected by the London Bridge attack, and consider the role of emergency planning in reducing harm.

Parkour coach Ibrahim al-Kadiri and Muhannad al-Kadiri demonstrate their skills amid damaged buildings in the city of Inkhil in Syria

Parkour and surfer survival

13 Jun 2017

Find out about young Syrians who practise Parkour – the sport of climbing, running and jumping around buildings. In addition, discuss luck and preparation in times of crisis with the story of a surfer who survived 32 hours at sea.

Members of the public paying respect to those affected by the Manchester bombing

Manchester and London attacks: support for children

02 Jun 2017

How can primary teachers support children when shocking and distressing events appear in the news? This resource provides guidance and activities to help children explore their emotions.

People hold placards as they take part in a vigil for the victims of an attack on concert goers at Manchester Arena 23rd May 2017

Manchester attack: support for young people

24 May 2017

This edition encourages young people to consider ways that the public helped each other after the explosion in Manchester. It also explores the role of practical help and emotional support.

A penguin walks along a frozen beach

Winter weather

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.

Person being treated by ambulance personnel after an attack in Westminster

Westminster attacks

24 Mar 2017

Westminster has been the site of a sudden, unexpected attack. The heart of London saw loss of life and severe injuries, but also people moving to help and support one another.

Members of the public paying respect to those affected by the Manchester bombing

Manchester attack: support for children

How can primary teachers support children when shocking and distressing events appear in the news? This resource provides guidance and activity ideas to help children explore their emotions following news of a traumatic event.

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