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There are 5 resource(s) with 'child labour' theme .

For Every Child

Red Fox (2002)

This beautiful book summarises and paraphrases the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in a simple and evocative way, as if narrated by the children themselves. The rights are interpreted… [more]


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]


The Changing Face of Slavery

Anti-Slavery International (1997)

Diane Louise Jordan presents this well researched video pack which focuses on slavery past and present. The first part concentrates on the transatlantic slave trade and encourages young people… [more]


Development Reader

Centre for Global Education- Belfast (2008)

Based on a series of seminars on global issues, this resource explores a diverse range of topics such as child labour, gender, debt, trade, HIV, migration and their impact on development. Drawing… [more]


Human Rights in the Curriculum: French

Amnesty International (2002)

How do you motivate students to communicate in French? Discussion of human rights is brought into the classroom through a range of activities that relate to the student's own interest and experiences.… [more]