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Help young people understand that the protection of humanity in war requires commitment to firm principles and can pose challenging dilemmas. Groups can try out an actual question posed in the training of humanitarian staff and volunteers.
Explore barriers to humanitarian aid and actions in conflict zones.
It's a heap of crumpled metal that's also a moving art work. Explore a disturbing, gut-wrenching way of communicating the reality of war.
Using an example of psychosocial support provided for children in Syria, help young people learn about different methods that can be employed to emotionally support individuals during and after a crisis.
Challenge the assumptions we make about people when we hear a brief description with this popular starter activity for schools.
Communities trapped by the fighting in Syria are desperate for the basics of survival. Humanitarian relief agencies are ready to provide what help they can. But a dangerous and unpredictable conflict zone means there are many barriers to overcome.
Invite young people to explore the impact of aid suspension on different groups of people.
Explore a family's long journey to safety with this thought provoking teaching resource.
Barbed wire, rich fabrics, household essentials. What can students make of a striking image from a conflict zone. Reflect and explore.
How is it possible to live in a conflict zone? Focus on how teenagers in Syria might react to the challenges of an utterly changed world
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