The ‘Belonging’ project aimed to enable young people to explore intercultural dialogue. Devised by Manifesta with the Runnymede Trust, the project organised a series of video workshops in suburban locations with young people from a diverse range of
This pack includes a wide range of primary assemblies which cover all eight key concepts of the global dimension. Each assembly tries to draw out the emotional, moral and spiritual aspects of the stories they tell.
Schools have a specific duty to promote race equality and community cohesion and in order to do this it is essential that all members of the school community have a shared understanding of definitions and terms. This colourful and well laid-out book
This DVD pack tackles a growth area in racism, featuring the views of many top football players and also young people discussing their experiences of and views on Islamophobia.
The four 38-minute films included on this DVD were originally made for Channel 4 at the beginning of the 1980s. They have been remastered and digitised because of recent interest shown by young people in the experiences of racism and the battles fought by their parents’ and grandparents’ generations.
This book of case studies shows how many schools in London have been working within the DCSF ‘Sustainable Schools’ framework.
This handbook has come out of work by ‘Cultural Mentors’ at the Development Education Centre South Yorkshire, who support Early Years and Foundation Stage settings to celebrate cultural diversity and promote inclusion. It illustrates how cultural
This resource contains a set of 12 tried and tested lesson plans designed to teach citizenship from a human rights perspective, and encourages students to explore the role of human rights in everyday life.
Get Global! presents a clear rationale for integrating a global dimension in the primary curriculum and uses subject and thematic contexts as doorways through which children can explore global links. The book is for all primary teachers
In the summer of 2007, two groups of teenagers from the London Borough of Newham participated in a unique experience. Assisted by video artists and historians, the teenagers uncovered sites related to historical racism and anti-racism in the West Ind