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29 results for "2030 Agenda"

9 lessons

A man and two animals in a house.

Breaking the cycle of poverty

The Global Goals for Sustainable Development, which partly aim to eradicate poverty, cannot be achieved unless children’s rights are respected.

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Climate Action

Study the science behind rising temperatures and why climate change is happening, largely caused by our way of producing and consuming goods and energy. How can we turn things around?

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Thinking exercise about the Global Goals

How can the world achieve the Global Goals by the year 2030?

Footprints in sand.

Can you change your footprint?

The personal impact of each person on the planet is usually referred to as their ecological footprint. The opposite, i.e. doing good things for the environment, is called an ecological handprint.

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Action Cards

Harness the enthusiasm generated by the WCP Program and enable participants to discover how they themselves can make a difference.

Plastic trash on beach

Talk litter

Littering is one of several kinds of pollution that are contaminating the environment in the air and on the ground, and it affects everything from our health to the climate.

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Speed dating on lifestyle issues

In many parts of the world, resources are used up much quicker than the Earth can cope with. Major changes are needed to our lifestyles and consumption, at an individual, national and global level, if the world is to be able to achieve the Global Goals by 2030.

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Litter timeline

Does litter that ends up on the ground disappear after a while, or does it hang around for 1 year or maybe 100 years?

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Children’s rights and the Global Goals

Discover the connection between the articles of the UNCRC and various Global Goals and targets.

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Children in Pakistan weighing litter

Steg 9: No Litter Generation

Children who take part in the No Litter Generation talk about important issues and take action against everything from climate change to littering and consumerism.

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NLG Guide

Here you can access and download the No Litter Generation guide for teachers and Child Rights Ambassadors.

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Step 4: The Global Goals

The Global Goals for Sustainable Development are a constant theme running through the WCP program, and are closely related to the Rights of the Child. If the goals are achieved, children’s lives are improved. If the goals are not fulfilled, it means that children are mistreated.

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Scrap creations

It is possible to create beautiful, fun and useful items using scrap. Working with colours and shades, recycling, decorating and reusing!

16 documents to download

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Step 4: The Global Goals

Explore the UN Global Goals of Sustainable Development.

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Step 9: No Litter Generation

Activities that spark ideas for solutions required for a more sustainable local community, country and world.

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Step 8: Round the Globe Run for a better World

A manifestation for Child Rights and the Global Goals.

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Speed-dating about life style issues

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Climate Action

What is the science behind the rising temperatures and why is climate change happening? Explore!

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Break the cycle of poverty, with cards.

Highlighting the factors that are affected by poverty, allowing discussion and reflection on how to tackle poverty.

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Talking Litter

Supporting a culture of no littering and environmental awareness.

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Peace & Changemaker Generation

A 100,000 children – a whole generation– in and around the national parks Gonarezhou in Zimbabwe and Limpopo in Mozambique are being educated through the Peace & Changemaker Generation project,

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No Litter Generation Materials

Material with facts about litter, environmental threats and climate change as well as children and young people's own stories

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No Litter Generation Guide

No Litter Generation Guide for teachers and WCP Child Rights Ambassadors working with the environment, littering and climate change.

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Global Goals, children and wildlife

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Litter Time Line

How long does litter last?

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How many earths

How many Earths do you need?

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Speed-dating about life style issues

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Change your footprint

In this exercise, we focus on the positive, thinking about how we can contribute to a better environment.

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Facts: Climate Change

The science behind climate change.

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