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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.
Who would you rather talk to? A refugee who has fled a war zone or an athlete competing in the Olympic games in Rio 2016?
Children play, hours after an earthquake destroyed their homes. What do students want to know? Help them take ownership of their learning.
An earthquake struck part of central Italy in August. Encourage young people to explore the humanitarian response with the following activities.
Use these resources to deepen young people's understanding of mosquito-borne diseases. What education approaches might help to raise awareness of such diseases? What difference does poverty make? And what lessons can an international health emergency have for young people in the UK?
Help young people learn more about the Nepal earthquake and reflect on the humanitarian impact of this disaster.
Barbed wire, rich fabrics, household essentials. What can students make of a striking image from a conflict zone. Reflect and explore.
An overcrowded apartment, a refugee camp or its outer edge – explore the options open to refugees from conflict in Syria.
A collection of activities for teachers to help students reflect, explore and share their thoughts after the typhoon hit the Philippines.
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