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I’m a Global Citizen: We're All Equal

I’m a Global Citizen: We're All Equal

How can you be a good global citizen? By understanding the world we live in and how we can effect change. This book explore inequality around the world, from how resources are unfairly shared to why race and gender matter and more. It looks at ways we can challenge inequality and features case studies such as the votes for women campaign and the work of Malala Yousafzai.

The I’m a Global Citizen series explores the concept of ‘Global Citizenship’: recognising that the world we live in is unfair and unequal, but promoting individual and collective action to challenge and change this. Each book has information, fun activities, challenges, case studies and ideas for group and individual action presented with fun illustrations. The books promote the idea that we have power as individuals: each of us can change things, and each of us has choices about how we behave. They encourage children aged 8+ to counter ignorance and intolerance?.
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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Personal & Social Issues (children's

On Sale: 14th March 2019

Price: £12.99

ISBN-13: 9781445163628

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Today's children, more than ever before, will grow up to be global citizens, so this is a timely series. This book explores inequality around the world, from how resources are unfairly shared to why race and gender matter and more, and shows ways we can challenge inequality. The I'm a Global Citizen series explores the concept of 'Global Citizenship',recognising that the world we live in is unfair and unequal, but promoting individual and collective action to challenge and change this. Each book has information, fun activities, challenges, case studies and ideas for group and individual action presented with fun illustrations. Also in the series is Culture and Diversity (I'm a Global Citizen), which explores current issues around diversity from the positives around multiculturalism to prejudice, racism and discrimination. It features a case study on Apartheid and ideas for how we can activate against racism. The books promote the idea that we have power as individuals: each of us can change things, and each of us has choices about how we behave. They encourage children aged 8+ to counter ignorance and intolerance?.The books are made accessible by the use of comparisons to which children can easily relate, and by encouraging them to put themselves into the place of others.
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