The world produces enough food to feed everyone. Yet, one in nine people on our planet go to bed hungry each night. Why does hunger exist in a world with enough food for all? Food 4 Thought are lessons to help you explore these and more questions. Check out animations, videos, blogs and more and […]
Develop an understanding of social justice, equality and sustainability within the existing curriculum. Explore concepts such as ‘rich’ and ‘poor’, our similarities and differences, the origins of food, conflict resolution, and how we can all make a difference.
Oxfam is a global movement of millions of people who share the belief that, in a world rich in resources, poverty isn’t inevitable, and is an injustice that can and must be overcome. With links to English, geography and citizenship, these thought-provoking activities for ages 7-14 offer a fun way to develop speaking and listening […]
Use these quick activity ideas and colourful images to help young people aged 7-14 years explore some of the ways in which we are connected to people and the world around us through the food we eat.
As voters around South Australia went to the polls for the 2018 state election, hundreds of 16 and 17 year old’s were having their say as well. We told you all about it a few weeks back. But now, the results of this unique experiment are in.
Recently the World Food Program was named as the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize recipient for its work fighting hunger and providing essentials to people in disaster zones. We find out more about what the World Food Program is and why it’s earned one of the world’s most prestigious prizes.