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  • A project guide for teachers

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Use this guide to find out how to set the scene, structure your debate and submit your final clause.

  • Access: government censorship

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Should a country censor the internet and control what its citizens can see?

  • Access: prisoners' access to the web

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Should all prisoners have the right to access the internet?

  • Access: slow internet speeds

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Should the companies responsible for the wires and optical cables that deliver the internet be forced to provide fast co...

  • Access: the internet as a human right

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Is access to the internet a fundamental human right?

  • Access: the web in times of crisis

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Should the Government have the right to shut down the internet in times of crisis?

  • Activism: Women’s Liberation

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    The Women’s Liberation Movement of the 1960s, 70s and 80s used various methods to draw attention to their demands for im...

  • Bodies, minds and spirits

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    The Women’s Liberation Movement challenged perceptions of the body and gender, including the idea of beauty and dieting....

  • Changing cultures and the arts

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    In this lesson, students will explore the influential artistic and intellectual work of the Women’s Liberation Movement....

  • Education: Women’s Liberation Movement

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Equal educational and job opportunities were a key demand of the Women’s Liberation Movement. Students will examine case...

  • Equality and work

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    In this lesson, students will investigate the history of inequality in the work place, looking at issues such as trainin...

  • Family and children

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    This activity examines motherhood and the gendered division of labour in the home. Students will engage with case studie...

  • Freedom: artistic expression online

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Should an artist be forced to remove online exhibition photos?

  • Freedom: cyberbullying and its consequences

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Should we be allowed to post anything we want to say online, even when we know it could be seen as hurtful and abusive?

  • Freedom: the right to be forgotten

    Language: English Curriculum: UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject: Citizenship

    Should an internet service provider remove the link to dated information about an individual, at their request?