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You're queuing for essentials in the days after a disaster. An argument breaks out. Explore what might help calm things and what wouldn't.
Some people avoid risk whenever they can. Others seek risk for the fun of it. Explore different points of view and choices by focusing on an extreme sport.
An economic crisis is also a humanitarian crisis. Explore how and why, and see how the people of Cyprus responded.
What happens after a fatal accident in the mountains? Explore how sensitive news management and police support can help grieving families.
Who is trying to reduce illegal attacks on health workers in conflicts? Find out and add your voice.
Why might someone refuse to have their photograph taken? Discuss human responses to cameras, in familiar and unfamiliar settings.
What is the point of memorials to past suffering? Supplement other work on discrimination and genocide with a thought-provoking lesson plan.
A hurricane is approaching. Residents are ordered to evacuate. What if you just stayed at home? Follow what happened to one man who did.
A collection of topical activities exploring travel plans, health in crowds and security at the games.
Flood waters gush down a city street. A woman is hanging on, screaming for help. How did a photojournalist react? Explore the options.
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