When is the best time to think about what to do in a crisis? Reflect, explore and experiment with this collection of crisis situations.
Can you call for an emergency service by texting? What happens if you dial 999 but can't speak? This quiz has the answers and more.
Students can learn the alfa bravo charlie style alphabet with this quick activity. It is fun and gives a useful lifetime skill.
Perfect as a quick classroom activity, use this fun icebreaker to raise awareness of some key aspects of emergencies.
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.
Aid agencies want to show respect for those they work with. They also want to fundraise. Sometimes these wishes clash. What happens then?
You are an aid worker. You're stopped at a roadblock. Armed soldiers want a bribe. Explore the options, with advice from security experts.
Children play, hours after an earthquake destroyed their homes. What do students want to know? Help them take ownership of their learning.
How would students use social networking to spread the news of a health epidemic? Explore the possibilities with this quick classroom activity.
Challenge the assumptions we make about people when we hear a brief description with this popular starter activity for schools.
Apart from military parades, in what circumstances is it awkward to follow first aid advice for fainting of lying down with legs raised?