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A collection of activities for teachers to help students reflect on life a year on from typhoon Haiyan.
Food shortages are hard to contemplate: the human suffering is intense, and news footage can be difficult to watch. This edition of Newsthink provides thoughtful activities for approaching the current crises in East Africa and Yemen.
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.
It's a heap of crumpled metal that's also a moving art work. Explore a disturbing, gut-wrenching way of communicating the reality of war.
What happens when the well runs dry? Explore the impact of a four year drought on Californian residents.
Can you get concussion from a cheese roll? Yes - if it's the centuries-old custom of cheese rolling that thrives even in our supposedly risk-averse age. What are the actual risks at community events like this and how do we manage them?
In a crisis, someone has to decide what to do. Even if you’re scared, you still have to decide. Even if you have no reliable information, you still have to decide. You may also have to reassure others that your decisions are sound.
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