Learning at home

Teaching kids about world issues and important causes—and inspiring them to care—starts at home.

VIDEO: Mental wellness
VIDEO: Mental wellness

The Globe and Mail’s Erin Anderssen, a mom of two teens who writes often on health issues for the paper, shares why it’s important to talk about mental health. Watch with your tween and teen-aged kids.

WE Families Activities
WE Families Activities

Start the conversation with your family on issues that matter. Check out these resources for inspiration and become change-makers in your community.

VIDEO: Turn your passion into action
VIDEO: Turn your passion into action

Learn how to create your action plan with Chris Hadfield 

VIDEO: Girl love!
VIDEO: Girl love!

Get behind empowerment with Superwoman Lilly Singh

VIDEO: Don’t let the bullies win
VIDEO: Don’t let the bullies win

How Winnie Harlow dealt with school bullies: first the wrong way, then the right way.

VIDEO: What’s “normal”?
VIDEO: What’s “normal”?

Actor and author J. R. Martinez talks about accepting other people’s differences – and our own.

Helping your kids understand today’s world issues
Helping your kids understand today’s world issues

Understanding the world around you is the first step towards making positive change. Here are six tried-and-true tips on how to engage your kids in the conversation.

5 Ways to Empower Your Kids to Learn More about the World
5 Ways to Empower Your Kids to Learn More about the World

Looking to support your kids’ desire to change the world? Here’s a step-by-step guide to get your family started—from exploring issues and brainstorming solutions to taking action and celebrating your success.