Global Education Posters
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The posters are in PDF format. Download the set here.
Respect all life:
life and dignity of each human being without discrimination or prejudice.
Share with others:
Share my time and material resources in a spirit of generosity to put an end to exclusion,
injustice and political and economic oppression.
Listen to understand:
of expression and cultural diversity, giving preference always to dialogue and listening without engaging in fanaticism, defamation and the rejection of others.
Preserve the planet:
consumer behaviour that is responsible and development practices that respect all forms of life and preserve the balance of nature on the planet.
to the development of my community, with the full participation of women and respect for democratic principles, in order to create together new forms of solidarity.
Ask questions about
government spending on the military. Raise awareness of how our everyday language is embedded with violence.
Olympic Truce: Resolution
adopted by the United Nations, calling for a truce in violence during the Olympics. This is another opportunity to grab on to a high profile event and use it as a way of focusing on the values and practice of peace. The following links provide resources
and lesson plans for use with this poster:
- Olympic Truce web page
- Olympic Peace Rings Lesson Plan
(pages 25–27 of the Fall 2009 Social Justice Newsletter)
World Food Day.
Food for all! Get your hands dirty on October 16.
Lesson plans and resources on International Food Week on reverse.