We Work Together. Can You?

Teaching ideas to help develop cooperation and thinking about peace and conflict on a global scale.
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Activities for all ages, looking at why working together is important, and linking working together on a small scale to large scale conflicts around the world.

Perfect for exploring ideas about different cultures and beliefs.  This resource consists of a colourful poster that can be downloaded, and 11 activities to choose from.

Topics include:

  • same but different
  • people matter - a web search activity
  • solving conflict
  • in the news - looking at media reports of conflicts
  • taking action

The resource was produced by the Interfaith Education Group - a number of charities looking for ways to help teachers deal with the impact of international interfaith and intercultural conflicts on their school.


Oxfam Youth Ambassadors

This resource is suitable for curriculum-based classroom learning but it has been written primarily for Oxfam's Youth Ambassador Groups. Youth Ambassadors meet in their own time (with the support of a teacher) to learn together about global issues, whilst developing the skills and the confidence to make their voices heard. If you are using this resource in an extra-curricular setting then we suggest you register as a Youth Ambassador Group. Registered groups gain access to our structured award scheme, badges and certificates, newsletters, all the latest resources and one-to-one support by phone and email.