Resources for Schools Speak Out

Discover everything you need to inspire and engage young campaigners.

Use the resources signposted on this page to help young people learn more about global issues, take action in their school and community and make a difference in the wider world.

They might contact their local MP, raise awareness at school or organise an eye-catching media stunt.

All these ideas and more are in the resources to help young people raise their voices against poverty and injustice.

Action and learning resources

The Creative for the Climate Exhibition in Parliament. Photo: Send My Friend to School

Get Creative for Climate Justice

Young people learn about climate justice and use their creativity to demand action.

Create artwork for an exhibition in Parliament

A school visit to the Oxfam Superstore in Oxford. Image: Andy Aitchison/Oxfam

Champion sustainable fashion

Fast fashion is a 21st century phenomenon. But it comes with a high price for people and planet.

Raise awareness of sustainable fashion

Mark Chappell/Send My Friend to School

Education in Emergencies

All children have the right to a quality education, but 22 million children around the world are out of school because of emergencies and long-term crises.

Lead a creative school campaign to ensure that every child whose education has been affected by emergencies can continue to learn.

Take part in Send My Friend To School

Amnesty International UK/Marie-Anne Ventoura

Families Together

Learn why refugees are often separated from their families and organise a school campaign.

Lead the Families Together campaign

Kaff Media / Oxfam

Campaign for peace in Yemen

Think critically about conflict, gain an insight into the crisis in Yemen and campaign to help bring peace.

Crisis in Yemen

Rebecca Lonsdale/Oxfam

Get Behind the Barcodes

Investigate the human suffering in global food supply chains and encourage supermarkets to do better.

Get Behind the Barcodes