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It's based on humanity, and its principles include neutrality and impartiality. How do you find out more? Try the Red Cross quiz.
When is the best time to think about what to do in a crisis? Reflect, explore and experiment with this collection of crisis situations.
What is the point of memorials to past suffering? Supplement other work on discrimination and genocide with a thought-provoking lesson plan.
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.
Learners consider what makes us human, explore the concept of humanitarianism, discuss human dignity, and describe what it means to be a humanitarian.
The activities build an understanding of humanity for younger learners, starting with what it means to be human before exploring key concepts underpinning wider notions of humanity.
Horrific injuries change lives in seconds. Explore how a teenager and her mother are responding to practical and emotional challenges of their changed world.
Introduce young people to the facts about HIV and AIDS, challenging assumptions and myths. Move on to think about how it might feel to be stigmatised against because of an illness and the impact this could have on everyday life. Finish with a creative activity designed to show support for people living with HIV and AIDS.
How would students use social networking to spread the news of a health epidemic? Explore the possibilities with this quick classroom activity.
Students can learn the alfa bravo charlie style alphabet with this quick activity. It is fun and gives a useful lifetime skill.