160 Ways to Help the World
Explains why service is important, offers advice on how to plan a project, and provides helpful hints about obtaining support from businesses, handling money, and generating publicity. Grades K-12.
Amnesty International Activist Toolkit
Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of people who stand together with individuals and communities around the world who human rights are under attack. The AI Activist Toolkit was created to help people plan activities and actions to promote the respect of human rights of people around the world.
Awareness about Children Orphaned by AIDS
The Youth United for Global Action and Awareness toolkit gives you all the information you need to raise awareness in your community about AIDS, and the impact that this disease is having on children around the world.
Wetland Monitoring Guide
Wetlands are among the most productive ecosystems in the world, comparable to rain forests and coral reefs. They also play an integral role in the ecology of a watershed: filtering pollutants out of the water, and providing habitat to a huge diversity of plant and animal species. The EPA’s Wetland Monitoring Guide outlines the steps you need to take to protect your local wetland.
YEN Green Justice Guide
Part1 and Part 2
The Youth Environmental Network’s guide to bringing Green Justice into your school and community – and this doesn’t just mean recycling more, it means fair and equal food, water, and spaces for people across the planet!
UNICEF - Voices of Youth - Take Action online Guide
Learn the skills you need to start your own community project. You can find lots of great ideas in these pages.
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