Projects & Resources 5. Gender Equality

Kindred

Kindred Family History Project

The Kindred Family History Project connects students through storytelling. Students are asked to interview member of their immediate family (mother, father, brothers, sisters), extended family (grandparents, uncles, aunts), neighbors or friends in the local community. They ask them about experiences in their life that have been affected by the events of world or local history. Events may include...

Talking Kites

Talking Kites Around the World

Students make kites to fly as a massive tribute dedicated to advancing cultural and social dialogue, a symbol of bridging the gap and understanding the "other." This will hopefully become a continuous tradition of flying kites with personal and group images of our dreams for a better world, a world of co-existence, tolerance, acceptance of the "other" and peace or about children’s rights. Each...

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Girl Rising - Education for All

1) Participants are encouraged to watch "Girl Rising" (or excerpted chapters at: Nepal Chapter http://youtu.be/Hk2Q7WLzn0s and Peru Chapter http://youtu.be/7P6nL7PXILw if the full DVD is not available) and, then have their students share their reflections after watching it by posting to the Girl Rising forum on iEARN. [NOTE - Through a partnership with GCE-US (Global Campaign for...