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A ‘moral victory’ or ‘absolutely appalling’? Colston, protest and the law

Expert-led webinar- A ‘moral victory’ or ‘absolutely appalling’? Colston, protest and the law

03 March 2022

This webinar was delivered by Richard Glover and explores what is the law on protest and how we can teach about it. This session examines the law that applied to the Colston Four case and some of the wider protest law issues.

LGBT Laws and Hate Crime with the University of Law

Expert-led webinar- LGBT Laws and hate crime with the University of Law

02 February 2022

This webinar was delivered by the University of Law Pro Bono team and Bar Practice course students. The session focuses on developing teacher knowledge of the law in relation to LGBT rights and hate crime.

20 Lessons for 20 Years Collection

We are celebrating the fantastic work that is carried out every day in our Citizenship community of teachers as part of our 20th year by showcasing and sharing our community of teachers favourite lessons, that encompass the knowledge, skills and understanding pupils develop through Citizenship education. Check back regularly to see lesson updates

Sustainable Citizenship Conference Resources

3-5 November, 2021

Find the resources for the conference held with UK Parliament Education below. 

You can access the sustainability lessons here

Conspiracy Theories in the Classroom - Guidance for teachers

This document aims to provide teachers with some general guidance on how schools might approach disinformation and conspiracy theories amongst pupils. It contains:

Human Rights Teaching Resources - spotlight

Marking Human Rights Day on December 10th is an excellent opportunity to highlight this area of the curriculum, as well as helping students understand how they can develop their active citizenship skills by advocating for the protection of human rights across the globe.

Below are some resources you can use to help teach this important day:

ACT Journals

Each journal has articles, lesson ideas and advice on classroom practice.

Edition 46 on Human Rights 

Developing an Educational Approach to Prevent and Teaching Controversial Issues

Included here is a recording of the session from our Regional Hub meetings on 1 April 2020. Move to 6 minutes from the start to enjoy the session.

Citizenship teaching resources for distance learning

ACT teachers have been sharing their ideas to support pupils who may be studying Citizenship at home during the outbreak of COVID-19.

All the resources here are accessible to those with appropriate IT and internet access.

Teachers will want to review the resources first to ensure they are appropriate for pupils.

Our huge thanks to everyone who has contributed to this collection of resources.


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