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Webliography of Internet Resources for Global Education

Student global education projects

BBC World Class
A BBC project encouraging all UK schools to get themselves "twinned" overseas.

Butterfly 208
Students can send in an art, multimedia, or writing entry to this competition to win a trip to the developing world.

Canada World Youth
As a team, youth live and work in communities in Canada and overseas, learning about international development.

Check Your Head: The Youth Global Education Network
This is a youth driven organization that educates young people on global issues, by looking at the connection between global events and local realities.

CODECAN Project Love
On Valentine’s Day, Canadian students assemble thousands of packages of school supplies that are shipped to students in Africa. Classroom Exchange
Connecting over 110, 254 classrooms, 5.5 million students and educators in 191 countries for classroom-to-classroom projects.

Free the Children
Largest network of kids helping kids through education in the world, with more than one million youth involved in 45 countries. Sign up for their E-mail Newsletter

Global Campaign for Education
The next GCE Global Action Week will be held April 21-27, 2008. Campaigners will unite across the world, demanding that countries work together to ensure every child has a quality education.

Global Kidz
A development education program for Grades 4 to 6 developed by Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief. Kit includes a video Ryan’s Well, The Great Kapok Tree book, Where On Earth Are We Going by Maurice Strong, and curriculum materials. Material on Plant a Tree in Africa is also on the site.

People and Planet
This is a UK student organization campaigning to end world poverty and defend human rights.

This is an online community that connects youth to find inspiration and take action in their local and global communities.

UNICEF Voices of Youth (VOY)
VOY is a forum for youth around the globe to become involved in campaigns and post diaries about their daily lives.

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