Global Goals Education – Teachers

Global Goals Education aims to develop global citizens. We support schools, regardless of their means, in embedding the values, traits, competencies and literacies that enable young individuals to care for, contribute to and excel in a sustainable world.

Global Goals Education – Students

The units, activities and Tasks on this site help students develop the values, traits, competencies and literacies that are needed to contribute to, care for and excel in a sustainable world. The course is built on the Global Goals Curriculum and focuses on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Supporting Australian Schools to Build Global Engagement Toolkit

This “toolkit” aims to be a user-friendly resource for Australian schools to begin or enhance their global engagement It has been created for all schools, wherever they are located and whatever their current experience might be. The toolkit draws on a large number of evidence-based good-practice resources and examples to assist schools to engage globally. […]

Local and Global Citizenship: The Role of NGOs

What NGOs are and why they exist – this is the DEFINITION.The ways in which they work to combat social injustices – these are the ACTIONS they take.The things that limit the work of NGOs – these are the DIFFICULTIES they have to overcome.These are the key terms you’ll need to remember: DEFINITION – ACTIONS […]

Local and Global Citizenship: Democratic Participation

There are three main ways to get involved in democracy:You can create the CHANGE you want to see through civic engagement.You can have your VOICE heard through political activism.You can ENGAGE in electoral politics.These are the key terms you’ll need to remember:CHANGE – VOICE – ENGAGE

Local and Global Citizenship: Rights and Responsibilities

We all have human RIGHTS. The GOVERNMENT creates laws to protect these rights.We must be aware of our RESPONSIBILITIES, to ensure that everyone can enjoy their human rights equally. These three terms will remind you: RIGHTS – GOVERNMENT – RESPONSIBILITIES

Global Citizenship Challenge

Explore techniques such as mind mapping, blue-sky thinking and the six hats technique can help you come up with creative and innovative ideas then using different techniques, identify what information to collect during the problem-solving process. Credibility criteria can be used in determining how believable the sources are.

Global Citizen Live – defend the planet, defeat poverty, demand equity

Global Citizen is the world’s largest movement of action takers and impact makers dedicated to ending extreme poverty by 2030. With over 10 million monthly advocates, our voices have the power to drive lasting change around sustainability, equality, and humanity. We post, tweet, message, vote, sign, and call to inspire those who can make things […]

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