Lesson plans, activities and more designed exclusively to help you enhance your curriculum and encourage your students to broaden their understanding of world issues.
Global Voices is a weekly column that explores local and global social issues, and offers additional elementary and secondary school resources.
March 18, 2017 | By Craig and Marc Kielburger
If there’s one thing you don’t expect to find in the middle of a garden show, it’s a railroad track. Amidst the shrubbery and tool displays at this year’s Canada Blooms event, a landscaped pathway will tell the story of Chanie Wenjack, the 12-year-old Anishinaabe boy who died fleeing his residential school in 1966. Chanie […]Read Moresign up
Explore children’s rights issues and take a stand for those whose rights are not being granted.
Explore the meaning of livelihood and the importance of gender equality.
Create strong and confident world changers by promoting healthy relationship behavior.
Want to change the world? Get started with this how-to video. By following these five easy steps, you'll set up your club and team members for success.
You know her as the girl who was shot by the Taliban. Hear Malala's incredible story of courage and belief in the power of education to change the world.
Bring the power of WE Day to life in your school. Watch the video, and download the resource booklet for ideas on how to share the powerful broadcast content to inspire your students.Download
First Lady Michelle Obama send a positive message and highlights the strength of WE thinking during our inaugural WE Day Broadcast on ABC.