Global Bites are short-term or one-off tasters of Global Youth Action. This activity aims to develop understanding and awareness of the concept of sustainable development and the effects of climate change. Also to experience the realities people face globally around poverty, sustainable development and climate change through a simulation game.
Global Bites are short-term or one-off tasters of Global Youth Action. This activity aims to explore food as a global issue, thinking about where our food comes from and global food security.
Global Bites are short-term or one-off tasters of Global Youth Action. This activity helps to identify how global issues are interconnected. It is also a great way of finding out how much young people are already aware of issues, and to identify gaps for future learning.
Global Bites are short-term or one-off tasters of Global Youth Action. This activity aims to engage with young people around the subject of drugs and increase their awareness of the drugs trade and the impact of drugs on people and the environment around the world.
GLADE (The Centre for Global Learning and Development Education) in Ilminster, Somerset, teamed up with a local youth centre to show issue-based films as a way to reach out to new young people and explore global issues.
The Cambridge Global Collective set up a project to explore how their wartime heritage relates to current concerns about sustainability and climate change.
This report maps and evaluates existing models of global youth work and makes recommendations for building on commonalities and strengths.
This report contains the key findings of an evaluation of Global Youth Action, a DEA project that has been running successfully for the last five years
The Guide contains practice information, tips and learning from the five Global Youth Action projects run over five years in England.
Paul Adams examines the history and principles of global youth work.