In pursuing self knowledge we can explore our own perspectives and develop our compassion as we understand, accept and empathise with people from diverse backgrounds. We can become aware of social norms (just and unjust), identify what influences our reactions to social and environmental issues and take a stance, with steps towards addressing them.
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"Well organised and structured activities with clear background information and support for teachers including guidance on delivering the lesson. It contains some insightful activities." - Paula Malone, Educator
This resource helps support the below Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
Reduce income inequality within and among countries.
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Access catch up content from the Transform Our World Youth Summit
As a Transform Our World user, you can access the content from the Transform Our World Youth Summit and catch up on the content across three themed days, looking at individual actions we can do, people in power we can influence and the importance of living our true values.
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