Skip to main content
book sale

Global Community

Global resources for the young and the young at heart.

Do you miss the big wide world? Then let’s explore it together from our own homes. Here are some great ideas to inspire your household about our global neighbours.

It’s time to get your game face on. Our board games are entertaining and informative.

Check out Fumes or Futures to learn more about the impact of climate change and the possibilities for clean energy alternatives.

Or take on the Safe Place Ludo game and discover the challenges of living life on the move. Decide on your kit list and journey over mountains, across the seas and through cities, making the difficult decisions that refugees are faced with every day.

Our Fumes or Futures resource pack and game looks at the issue of climate change and the need to embrace clean energy.
Fumes or Futures schools resource
Safe Place Ludo is a board game that explores the difficult journeys made by people fleeing conflict.
Ahmed sits with his family in temporary accommodation after fleeing Syria

Book club

We’ll be reading lots of books about the world over the next few weeks. Why don’t you join us? You’ll find a great booklist here.

We’re going to re-read The Lorax and watch the movie. You'll find it on YouTube or Google Play. Why don’t you read or watch it too and let us know what you thought of it? You could send us a picture or a poem about the story? We’ll post them on Instagram and Facebook. 

Signposts for Global Citizenship
Stories, poems and novels possess great power to open up new worlds and inspire a capacity for empathy and consideration of other points of view.
book club
The Lorax
Watch The Lorax on YouTube or find it on Google Play.
the lorax movie

Film club

Pop out the popcorn and dim the lights. Let’s get into some great movies from all over the world.
You’ll find a great film library here.

Why not start with Thank You for the Rain? A moving portrait of resilience on the frontlines of climate change.

Let us know if you thought it was a winner or a snoozer!

Take One Action Film Directory
Browse, watch and share 100s of films on a wide range of key social and environmental justice issues, from women’s empowerment to climate change, via access to education or food sustainability.
Thank you for the rain
From devastating droughts to flash floods, Kenyan farmer Kisilu Musya has been documenting the effects of extreme weather on his farm, his family and his community for over five years. Determined to stop climate change in its tracks, he organises local farmer groups to spread awareness of the dangers of deforestation and monoculture – and ends up taking his message all the way to the UN Climate summit.
take one action film

Global craft

Feeling crafty? Check out this  amazing resource by Craftivists to help you get started.
Don’t keep your creations to yourself. Why don’t you stick it in your window for your neighbours to admire? And don’t forget to let us know what you’ve been up to! You can email us or tag us in an Instagram post. 

Craftivism for Kids
Are you searching for fun ideas to keep kids occupied? – we have a craft project with a difference.
kids craftivists
Make your own solar oven
Find out how to bake cookies in a home made solar oven.
make solar oven


Grab a pair of headphones and let’s listen in to some great conversations about what’s going on in the world.

WOSDEC Podcasts
Listen to the breadth of different activity within and beyond schools. Hear how young people and teachers are taking action on the human and environmental issues present in both their local communities and the wider world.
global climate strike
The Advocado podcast
Presented by the Christian Aid Collective, The Advocado is a podcast that wants to start a conversation at the intersection of faith, social justice and taking action.
christian aid collective podcast