Working for Change: Active Global Citizenship

Globalization has created an increasingly interconnected world, yet the gap between rich and poor continues to grow. What is our role as citizens in this world? Blackline masters and assessment tools included. Lessons support Working for Change video.

Working for Change: Active Global Citizenship

This 17 minute video examines what it means to be a global citizen in a world where the gap between rich and poor is growing. Includes case studies from Colombia and Brazil. Supports Working for Change study guide. Click here to view video.

Transforming Lives

Lessons for senior geography and civics courses. Supports the video Transforming Lives.

Transforming Lives

Unit plan supports the video Transforming Lives. Explores international development through the story of community empowerment and change in the Samuye region of Tanzania.

Transforming Lives

This 17 minute video explains international development by telling the story of community development in the Samuye region of Tanzania. Transforming Lives is a hopeful story of community empowerment and change, told by the people who are making it happen—the Tanzanians themselves. Click here to view video.

Transforming Lives

French version of the video Transforming Lives. This 17 minute video explains international development by telling the story of community development in the Samuye region of Tanzania. It is a hopeful story of community empowerment and change, told by the people who are making it happen—the Tanzanians themselves. Click here to view video.

Young Stars: India’s Working Children Speak Out

An inspiring movement in Bangalore, India educates child labourers about their rights as citizens. For use with Young Stars video. For grades 7 – 12. Includes Christian lessons. Click here to view video

Young Stars: India’s Working Children Speak Out

In Bangalore, India thousands of children work in unsafe conditions, but a child-rights movement is growing. Learn about child labour, rights and the power of youth leadership. Lessons support Young Stars video. Click here to view video This 23-minute video tells the story of Akbar Ameerjhan, a young man speaking out about the rights of working children in Bangalore. Supports GEAR Rights and Responsibilities activities or the Young Stars study guide.

Les Jeunes Espoirs

French version of the Young Stars Unit Plan. In Bangalore, India, where thousands of children work in unsafe conditions, an inspiring child-rights movement is growing. Supports the video Les jeunes espoirs. Click here to view the video

Pigs & Pineapples

The story ‘Pigs & Pineapples’. How small gifts make a difference.