Welcome to the Resource Hub!

This is a growing database of information, activities and educational resources to help us create a fairer, green future for all. The hub is an ever-evolving resource for educators, students, businesses and individuals to support action and learning. If you have any material to add, please submit via our contact us page.

The resources have been carefully chosen by experts in their field. We hope you find them useful.

Thanks to UWE Bristol and the Climate Change Education Research Network for supporting the Hub.

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Video thumbnail of Greenpeace's 'What's racism got to do with environmental destruction?' video, narrated by Dr Mya-Rose Craig.
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What’s racism got to do with environmental destruction?

Learn about how racism and environmental destruction are linked with this video from climate activist and our ambassador, Dr Mya-Rose Craig.

1: No Poverty10: Reduced Inequalities13: Climate Action14: Life Below Water15: Life on Land
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If Racism Vanished for a Day Digital Book

The illustrated book for students and educators, considers what the world would look like without racism.

10: Reduced Inequalities
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Voices: Art is Refuge Lesson Plans

Explore the lives of refugees and migrants who found refuge through their art with your students using these ready-to-use lesson plans.

10: Reduced Inequalities
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What is climate migration?

Videos and podcasts exploring the link between migration and climate change.

10: Reduced Inequalities13: Climate Action
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Addressing social justice in Maths class

A network where maths teachers can share how to embed social justice issues into their lessons.

4: Quality Education5: Gender Equality10: Reduced Inequalities16: Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions
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The Little Book of Fairness

Interactive guide for KS1/KS2 children about global food trade and production.

2: Zero Hunger8: Decent Work & Economic Growth10: Reduced Inequalities12: Responsible Consumption & Production13: Climate Action
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Migration Art – Salma Zulfiqar

Shedding light on the issues affecting refugee and asylum seekers through photography.

1: No Poverty5: Gender Equality10: Reduced Inequalities16: Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions
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Exile Voices

Empowering young refugees to tell their own stories through the power of photography.

1: No Poverty2: Zero Hunger3: Good Health & Well-Being6: Clean Water & Sanitation10: Reduced Inequalities11: Sustainable Cities & Communities
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Journeys Festival International

Using art to spark discussions and conversations about challenges faced by refugees.

1: No Poverty5: Gender Equality10: Reduced Inequalities
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Fast Fashion & Workers’ Rights in the UK

State of working conditions and workers pay by major fast fashion brands in the UK.

1: No Poverty8: Decent Work & Economic Growth9: Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure10: Reduced Inequalities12: Responsible Consumption & Production

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