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Due diligence questionnaire response template

Christian Aid due diligence questionnaire response template

Christian Aid supplier code of conduct

Christian Aid supplier code of conduct

Bidder declaration form

Christian Aid bidder declaration form

Invitation to tender - global laptop provision

Christian Aid invitation to tender - global laptop provision

Code of Conduct

The conduct, policies and code of behaviour you are expected to follow as a Christian Aid employee.

Code of Conduct - Spanish

Code of Conduct for all Christian Aid staff.

Annual Report 2019-20

Annual Report 2019-20

Corporate approaches to addressing modern day slavery

Download this report providing a snapshot of corporate approaches to modern day slavery based on research of 21 leading brands and retailers. From the Ethical Trading Initiative and The Ashridge Centre for Business and Sustainability at Hult International Business School.

Exploring Christian Aid: lesson plan

Exploring Christian Aid: lesson plan

SPACE-proposal

Proposal on the scope and approach for the SPACE programme implemented in Myanmar

Partnership for change - executive summary

Argues that underlying causes of poverty are made by, and can be ended by, human action.

Partnership for change - full report

Argues that underlying causes of poverty are made by, and can be ended by, human action.

Religious education unit: Beliefs and actions in the world

Age: 9-11 Subject areas: RE, Citizenship, Geography, Art, ICT Christian Aid provides this unit of work for schools of any type to use, in conjunction with locally agreed syllabuses and faith school RE guidelines. Pupils will learn about the work of two major faith-based charities, Islamic Relief and Christian Aid. They will develop their understanding of the impact of religion in the world and consider important questions of justice and fairness, thinking for themselves. The estimated time for this unit 10+ hours of teaching time.

Religious education unit: Beliefs and actions in the world - Welsh

Age: 9-11 Subject areas: RE, Citizenship, Geography, Art, ICT Christian Aid provides this unit of work for schools of any type to use, in conjunction with locally agreed syllabuses and faith school RE guidelines. Pupils will learn about the work of two major faith-based charities, Islamic Relief and Christian Aid. They will develop their understanding of the impact of religion in the world and consider important questions of justice and fairness, thinking for themselves. The estimated time for this unit 10+ hours of teaching time.

Religious education unit: Beliefs and actions - editable version

Age: 9-11 Subject areas: RE, Citizenship, Geography, Art, ICT Christian Aid provides this unit of work for schools of any type to use, in conjunction with locally agreed syllabuses and faith school RE guidelines. Pupils will learn about the work of two major faith-based charities, Islamic Relief and Christian Aid. They will develop their understanding of the impact of religion in the world and consider important questions of justice and fairness, thinking for themselves. The estimated time for this unit 10+ hours of teaching time.

Disaster strikes curriculum links

Curriculum links Geography/Environmental Studies Geographical enquiry and skills/Knowledge and understanding of places/Knowledge and understanding of environmental change and sustainability/Themes of water, settlements and environmental issues RE/RME Study the work of a Christian charity/Stewardship/Caring for our world PSHE/PSD/PSE/Citizenship Participation/Responsibilities/Global awareness/Global citizenship English Speaking and listening/Reading/Writing Please download this document for full curriculum links.

What is the point of modern Christian mission?

This lesson explores the history of Christian mission, and different definitions of that word today. It considers the extent to which Christian Aid, a charity that expressly does not proselytize, might be said to engage in modern Christian mission.

What is ‘evil’? Is there a solution to suffering?

This lesson explores the problems of evil and suffering in a Christian context. Students are encouraged to consider different forms of evil and to debate whether suffering is gendered.