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Ysgolion Noddfa: Rhoi Croeso Cynnes

Cyfle i ddysgu am geiswyr lloches a ffoaduriaid a gwella’r croeso yn eich ysgolion

Crewyd yr adnodd hwn mewn partneriaeth ag Ysgolion Noddfa, ac mae'n galluogi i ddysgwyr feddwl pam fod ffoaduriaid yn gadael eu cartrefi, pa heriau sy'n eu hwynebu, pa mor groesawgar yw'r Deyrnas Unedig i rai sy'n ceisio lloches, a'n hawliau dynol sylfaenol. Gall y myfyrwyr wedyn droi eu sylw at eu hysgol eu hunain a'r croeso y mae'n ei ddarparu. Nod yr adnodd yw annog pobl ifanc i gychwyn ar y broses o ddatblygu'u hysgol i fod yn Ysgol Noddfa. Mae'r strwythur a'r cynnwys yn addas i bob ysgol, waeth ba mor amrywiol neu unffurf ydyw; oherwydd pan fydd myfyrwyr yn teimlo'n ddiogel a'u bod yn cael eu croesawu, gallant oll ffynnu a chyflawni eu potensial.

Last year, 82% of wealth created worldwide went to the top 1%. The poorest half saw no increase at all.

All over the world, the economy of the 1% is built on the backs of low paid workers, often women, who are paid poverty wages and denied basic rights. It is being built on the backs of workers like Anju in Bangladesh, working for $0.37 an hour, Dolores in chicken factories in the US, suffering permanent disability and unable to hold her children's hands.

But it doesn't have to be this way. We urgently need governments and companies to help create a more equal society by prioritising ordinary workers and small-scale producers instead of the rich and powerful.

We need: 
  • Decent work, living wages and an end to the gender pay gap 
  • The richest companies and individuals to pay their fair share of tax 
  • Free public services for all