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The Chocolate Game (Fair Trade Edition)

Leeds DEC (1999)

A simulation game where participants role play nine families involved in different aspects of the cocoa industry in the UK, Brazil, Ghana and Belize. Players discover for themselves the influence our purchasing power has on the lives of cocoa producers, and the dramatic difference fair trade can make. Playing time 60-90 minutes. For 18 to 50 players. [more]

£4.50

The Computer Game

CAFOD

A simulation game based around the conditions endured by workers in computer factory in Mexico. Participants encounter injustice in a recruitment agency, a computer factory and a shop, and are encouraged to reflect on their experiences. This stimulating game helps players understand the personal impact and broader implications of globalisation. Playing time: two one hour sessions for 9 to 30 players [more]

£4.50

The Chocolate Game (Fair Trade Edition)

A simulation game where participants role play nine families involved in different aspects of the cocoa industry in the UK, Brazil, Ghana and Belize. Players discover for themselves the influence our purchasing power has on the lives of cocoa producers, and the dramatic difference fair trade can make. Playing time 60-90 minutes. For 18 to 50 players. [more]

Green Team: Waste and Recycling

Franklin Watts (2008)

One in a series of books encouraging young readers interested in the environment to make a difference in a really hands on way. Each book provides background information to explain the importance of the issue under study and gives step by step guidance on how to take part in addressing its concerns. They help encourage young people to take direct action to preserve their environment, combat climate change and work towards and equitable and sustainable future. Green issues are explained alongside practical suggestions to help that can be carried out at home or at school and case studies from all around the world show how everyone can make a difference. [more]

£12.99

In the Air, On the Ground: Issues in aviation and the environment

(1997)

Issues in aviation and the environment. [more]

Linking Thinking

(2004)

New perspectives on thinking and learning for sustainability. [more]

Race to the Bottom: Banana Worker's Rights in Ecuador

(2003)

Describes conditions faced by Ecuador's banana workers, their lack of rights. [more]

Selmat datang: An introduction to Indonesia

(1996)

Introduction to Indonesia [more]

SKVIS - A case study of a womens co-operative in India

Case study, with role play, of a women's cooperative in India [more]

The Enterprising School

(2005)

Introduction to enterprise in education [more]

Another School is Possible

(2006)

Our schools are dominated by testing, league tables, competition and increasing privatisation. It doesn't have to be like this. We can learn from schools here and across the world that manage to provide meaningful learning. [more]

Are we Nearly There?

RISC (2010)

A self evaluation framework for global citizenship. [more]

Rethink refuse reduce

FSC (2010)

Adaptable resources to stimulate discussion about sustainable development. Takes a critical look at current approaches. [more]