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There are 6 resource(s) with 'slavery' theme .

Human Rights in the Curriculum: History

Amnesty International (2002)

Exciting and thought-provoking activities and lesson ideas for history teachers to look at child labour, the Holocaust and the struggle for votes for women, amongst other key issues. [more]


Rebel Cargo

Frances Lincoln (2007)

Abena is a rebellious Ashanti girl sold into slavery in Jamaica. Fate brings Abena together with Mungo, a white orphaned boy, who risks his life and limb to help Abena. Together they escape and… [more]


The Amazing Adventures of Equiano

Ian Randle Publishers Ltd (2001)

The story of Equiano is one of the best known slave narratives ever published. The colourful storybook traces the journey of a young African boy of the Ibo tribe, from his capture by Africans and… [more]


The First of Midnight

Barn Owl Books (2007)

The year is 1797 and in Bristol a slave called Midnight works as a bare-knuckle boxer. Midnight can't see any way in which he will ever be able to shake off the chains of slavery. However, he feels… [more]


Unheard Voices

Corgi Books (2007)

Edited by award winning author, Malorie Blackman, this thought-provoking anthology of stories, poems and first-hand accounts provides excellent source material and inspiration for teaching about… [more]


Europe Africa Why?

RISC (2010)

This pack challenges seven key myths about the relationship between countries in Europe and Africa. Each myth can be explored using one of the posters and the information and activities in the… [more]