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We believe in a future where all young people play an active role in society, and work together to help create a world without poverty. As active global citizens, they'll be part of a bigger global movement working to end injustice and inequality.

We have developed lots of ways for young people to participate in the world around them and take action for change. By campaigning, fundraising or starting a School Group they can make a real difference - and have fun at the same time.

We also have a number of ways for teachers to get involved directly, whether it's through professional development workshops, arranging a talk from an Oxfam Speaker, or by using our free teaching resources.

School Groups

Encourage young people to meet up, share ideas, debate the issues, organise events and take action to support campaigns. (England only.)

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Oxfam Speakers

Arrange for a talk from an Oxfam Speaker to unpack the issues and hear real-life case studies. (England and Wales only.)

Inspire your learners

Teaching resources

Creative, curriculum-linked resources to explore global issues in the classroom, and across the school.

Download free resources


How your school can help build a fairer world by supporting one of Oxfam's campaigns.

Create positive change


Inspiration, ideas and advice to help your school raise money for a world without poverty.

Stand up against poverty

Professional development

Book a teacher workshop at your school to boost global citizenship skills, knowledge and confidence.

Develop your skills