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New resources coming soon. Looking to teach first aid now? We have two lessons designed to help you teach first aid to young people aged 11–16.
High on the list of social skills worth learning is that of staying alive. Use these house party video triggers and activities to build young people's ability to cope in a crisis.
Can you count guns, decipher an emergency and interpret signs of shortage? Test your skills with the video quiz & fun follow-up activities.
A car crashes into water and starts to sink. You have only minutes to help free the driver who is trapped inside. What do you do? Explore how different people react in emergency situations and the importance of being able to improvise.
Barbed wire, rich fabrics, household essentials. What can students make of a striking image from a conflict zone. Reflect and explore.
How do you feel when armed soldiers are patrolling public spaces? How can you help yourself and others deal with shocking events? Is acting with humanity the same as acting heroically? Explore these questions and more.
A man attempting to cross the English Channel on a homemade raft is lucky to be rescued. Explore seagoing hazards and survival basics.
An overcrowded apartment, a refugee camp or its outer edge – explore the options open to refugees from conflict in Syria.
Use a photo stimulus to encourage young people to reflect on the humanitarian impact of armed conflict.
How is it possible to live in a conflict zone? Focus on how teenagers in Syria might react to the challenges of an utterly changed world