Resources

Our exciting range of participative materials, including a wide selection of novels covering all ages, show how Global Citizenship can be embedded in topics of Food, Water, Health, Poverty, Trade (including Fairtrade), Refugees, Diversity, and many more. These teaching packs, books, magazines, DVDs and games are suitable for use in the classroom or with youth organisations and other community groups and can be borrowed from our extensive library.

A’ Adam’s Bairns?

A comprehensive and exciting resource exploring equality and diversity in Scotland past and present. Covers slavery, forced movement of people (including clearances, emigration, refugees and…

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Dhaka to Dundee

We’ve updated our Dhaka to Dundee Teaching Pack. Now with 40 activities, all mapped to the Global Goals…it’s yours for FREE! We’ve given one of…

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Dundee’s Global Trail

Created by One World Centre staff, with the help of 6th-year pupils and staff from Harris Academy, this leaflet takes you on a trail around…

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Happy to be Here

This expresses the feelings of a multicultural group of 9 women who worked with staff at the One World Centre to reflect on their experiences…

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Market Place Game

A great way of helping primary school children understand how international trade works. India, Brazil and the Philippines are used as examples. Published by the…

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OWC Creative Programme

This short film illustrates how the One World Centre uses the creative arts to encourage young people to explore their roles as global citizens. The…

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The Trading Game

Enjoyed by young people and adults alike, this game explores the unfair nature of global trading and works well as an introduction to Fairtrade. Participants…

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Worldwise

If the world feels as if it is going mad, this 10-week programme provides the opportunity for you to explore some of the questions you…

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Youth of the World

Lots of ideas for encouraging young people to think about their role in our ever-changing interdependent world through topics of interest to them. Visit Youth…

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