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We have a large selection of Global Citizenship Education resources which contain activities, information and statistics. These can be adapted for the age group that you are working with.
All resources can be downloaded for free below!
Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals are 17 goals set by the United Nations to work towards a more equal world for everyone. This resource collection contains a booklet for each goal along with easily adaptable activities and information to bring the issues alive for your students.
We also have four of PowerPoints focusing on Climate Action, Gender Equality, Hunger and Poverty which can be downloaded and edited to use with your class along-side the booklets.
Speak Act Do: Resources for Taking Action
Speak Act Do is our flexible school led programme which supports teachers and students to run projects focusing on global issues such as climate change, poverty and conflict.
Speak Act Do has a dedicated resource pack which features a guide on how to run the programme, worksheets, lesson plans, an action menu and research guide. These can be used as part of Speak Act Do or to support whatever project you are doing with your class!
Irish Language Resources
Some of our most popular resources are now available to download as Gaeilge for the first time.
- SDGs - Now available are our SDG infographic posters, SDG cards, and SDG grid poster.
- Duine Mar Mé - Someone Like Me or Duine Mar Mé and the accompanying teacher's guide. There are also two accompanying downloadable powerpoints, and worksheets- Bangladesh and Liberia, and each story is read as Gaeilge on the PowerPoint.
- Hunger Heroes – The Hunger Heroes pack has now been translated into Irish for use in primary schools.
These infographic posters have been designed for use in the classroom for display purposes and as a teaching aid, full of facts relating to
- Concern Worldwide
- Gender Equality
- Clean Water and Sanitation
- Climate Change
Debates podcasts and worksheets
Listen to our podcast 'Debating Development'. The series aims to support teachers, student and adjudicators involved with the Concern Debates programme. Concern staff and former debaters are on hand to discuss top tips for succeeding in the competition and analysing some of the motions to give your team a head start!