This NYCI resource for Global Educators, Youth Workers, Development Education practitioners, trainers, activists and changemakers working with young people provides you with activity plans and tools to explore the issue of Activism and the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Peace, Justice & the Sustainable Development Goals
Download the new 2017 resource on Peace, Justice and the SDGs HERE
Migration & the Sustainable Development Goals
The resource seeks to put the plight of refugees and the drivers of migration into a wider political context with the SDGs as a tool providing insight and authority. The activities challenge young people to be empathetic to the stark reality and perilous journeys facing refugees and migrants, including giving some insight into what it might be like to have to live that reality and make the tough choices facing their fellow human beings every day.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Youth
World Leaders have committed to 17 Goals for people and planet called the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Global Goals.
2014 was the 25th year of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). Check out a resource on UNCRC for youth workers, youth leaders, youth organisations, youth work students, those who work with young people and for young people themselves. Setting Our Sights on Rights contains games, activities, facts, fun, and links to more information.
Sustainable Development Goals and YOUth
See education and training resource HERE
'Just Us or Justice' is the latest education resource from NYCI. The resource explores what justice means to young people and highlights justice issues locally and globally. It contains 20 activities for exploring the theme with young people. Each activity is self contained but there are ideas provided for delving deeper into the topics.
NYCI's new research exploring the attitudes and awareness of young people and adults involved in youth work towards development and global justice issues:
NYCI recently launched new research exploring the attitudes and awareness of young people and adults involved in youth work towards development and global justice issues in the Emmaus Centre, Swords.
‘A Rich Man’s World?’ is a youth work resource on global issues affecting our lives. It examines justice issues such as poverty, education, employment and fair relationships between countries and people.
This resource uses a variety of methodologies to help meet the learning needs of your group.
Enough information is provided to enable you to run the activities. However, it is very likely that you may want to explore a particular issue in more depth, so we have also provided sources of further information and contact details to take your interest further.
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