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Why might someone refuse to have their photograph taken? Discuss human responses to cameras, in familiar and unfamiliar settings.
A lesson plan about a child soldier in Liberia. Ideal for citizenship, English and drama lessons in secondary schools or pupil referral units.
It probably isn't an escaped wild animal. Then again, it could be. Either way, what would you do?
Challenge mistaken views of Africa as permanently stricken by famine and dependent on overseas aid. Explore complex causes of food insecurity.
The Positive Images toolkit is an educational resource on migration and development that can be used to teach young people aged 12 and over.
What is it like to be forced to leave your home? Engage students' common humanity to explore refugees' experiences and needs.
This news report and activities explore the loss of life, damage and personal suffering, and the dignity of those who survived.
It's based on humanity, and its principles include neutrality and impartiality. How do you find out more? Try the Red Cross quiz.
Who is trying to reduce illegal attacks on health workers in conflicts? Find out and add your voice.
Warring parties must give medical help to the injured - whatever side they are on. See this in action, with a dramatic news photograph.