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Global - Cub Scout Global Challenge - Work of an International Charity

The following Agency websites all have education sections, which produce a range of resources and activity packs, many also have websites for young people and local volunteers who are always keen to come and talk to groups.

  • Action Aid[this page opens in a new window] (Priorities are Peace, HIV/AIDS, Food Rights, Education and Emergencies)
  • Amnesty International[this page opens in a new window] (working to promote Human Rights worldwide)
  • British Red Cross[this page opens in a new window] (providing aid, relief and care in crisis)
  • Christian Aid[this page opens in a new window](Working to combat a number of global issues including Refugees, Health, Farming, Trade, Peace issues, Environment, Child power, Fair trade and Disasters.)
    Christian Aid also has a website especially for young people.
  • Comic Relief[this page opens in a new window] (More than just Red Nose Day, Comic Relief is committed to helping end poverty and social injustice in the UK and the poorest Countries in the World.)
  • Oxfam [this page opens in a new window] (working with others to overcome poverty and suffering.)
    Currently campaigning on Fair Trade[this page opens in a new window]
    Find pages for young people at Cool Planet.
  • Save the Children Fund UK[this page opens in a new window] (Focusing on Children's Rights and associated topics)
  • UNICEF [this page opens in a new window] (Focusing on Children's Rights and Global Citizenship).
    Check out The Rights Site[this page opens in a new window] for information about young people and their rights.

 

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