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The long reach of European club football. A video parlour in Freetown, Sierra Leone

Global Goals Football and Inequality

John McLaverty, Education and Youth Advisor, and Oxfam GB's resident international football enthusiast, shares his reflections on what the beautiful game can teach us about globalisation and...

Ideasbox at Hasan Sham Camp, Iraq.

International Girls in ICT Day

Kirsten Bickford, Head of Business Engagement at Oxfam GB explores how ICT can help challenge stereotypes and expand horizons. ...

Three great reasons to join our Future Youth School Forum

Rachel Woolrych, a Teacher at Sir John Lawes School has been participating in Future Youth School Forums; an EU funded, school-led citizenship project. This coming March, they are inviting local...

Why should we care about conflicts so far from home?

Kate Lea, Oxfam's Global Citizenship and Education Adviser, shares a personal view of the current refugee crisis in Bangladesh. ...

Middle School Programme in Pakistan

Developing 21st Century Thinking

What skills and competencies do learners need to thrive at school and beyond? Aamna Pasha, Associate Director of Teacher Development at the Aga Khan University Examination Board in Pakistan shares...

Where does our food come from?

Last month the United Nations published a report which showed that for the first time in over a decade, world hunger is on the rise again. Look beyond this shocking statistic with your learners to...

Betty Oguite has lived in Loma Atravesada for eight years and sells used clothes to make a living. Hurricane Irma destroyed her house and damaged all her goods.

The long-term impact of hurricanes

Recent news broadcasts showed relief work following the destruction caused by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria in the Caribbean. These events soon fade from the news. However, for the inhabitants...

Send My Friend Campaign Champions take on parliament

Campaign Champions take on Parliament

Lucy Owen, Send My Friend to School Campaign Champion, and student at St Philip Howard Catholic School, describes how it felt to challenge parliament on every child's right to an education. ...

Children playing with an old wheel in the street

A Framework for Assessing Global Learning

Pippa Kober, GLP coordinator at Saxon Primary School, shares her school's approach to assessing and embedding global learning across the curriculum. ...

World Book Day display

Using World Book Day to Explore Global issues

Leanne Chorekdjian is responsible for sustainable development and horticulture development at Kingsbury Green Primary School. She describes how the resources on the GLP website inspired her to develop...