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VotesforSchools VoteTopic: COP26

Will climate change affect children's rights?

ACT are supporting VotesforSchools as they aim to get 100,000 children's voices heard for COP26. 

In the run up to the United Nations conference on climate change in Glasgow this November, COP26, VotesforSchools are working with a range of partner organisations including UNICEF UK to explore with children climate change and its effect on their rights. 

Teachers can download the package of resources to facilitate a debate at Primary, Secondary and 16+, and the chance for children and young people to vote and comment on the question:

'Will climate change affect children's rights?' 

Age 11-16
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 Call to Action Session
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 15 Minute Session - Part 1
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 15 Minute - Part 1 Session Plan 
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 15 Minute Session - Part 2
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 15 Minute - Part 2 Session Plan 
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 15 Minute Session - Part 3
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 15 Minute - Part 3 Session Plan
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 45 Minute Session
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 45 Minute Session Plan
VotesforCOP26 Age 11-16 Curriculum Guide
VotesforCOP26 VoteGuide
VotesforCOP26 Survey Printout
VotesforCOP26 Press Release Pro Forma

Download the resources for Primary and 16+ here.

Discussed the issues? Vote here

Please note that although the lessons will be available until mid-November, the vote will close on Friday 1st October at 4pm.

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