Members of the Rethinking Security network are developing educational materials for use in schools, colleges and other learning environments. Please feel free to use these materials with your learners and send us your feedback.
New: ‘Our Security’ competition for schools
Young people across the UK are sharing their ideas about how to make our world more secure. Join in by entering our competition! Click the banner for more:
Coming soon: What is security? Curriculum materials for lower secondary learners
We are working with educators to trial a resource pack of curriculum materials for use by students aged 11-14 years.
The trial pack is available to download here.
If you are an educator and would like to participate in the trial, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Useful resources for use with young people
Primary level resources on food security and sustainable development:
Lesson plans for 14–17 year olds on armed conflict, the arms trade, how positive change happens, militarism (conflict – are you buying it?), and campaigning.
Links to resources on the conflict in the Middle East; peace, conflict and security; Syria; drone warfare and refugees and the arms trade:
Climate change class activities and other resources:
Resources on environmental sustainability and protecting the planet:
Human rights and justice resources:
Budget for a Safer World Lesson:
Peace Education Network:
Can we help?
If you have any queries, please let us know: email@example.com.