Tools, guidelines and other resources to address diversity, controversy and conflict (British context)
This resource enables teachers and their students to approach topics related to various faiths and diverse ways of life. And to do it in a nuanced way, without shying away from difficult or controversial questions. This toolkit consists of a series of guidelines on how to talk about sensitive issues respectfully while encouraging people to ask questions and be open and curious.
This toolkit provides practical steps, tools and the rationale needed to engage in youth-led interfaith service-learning. The kit draws from the stories, examples, tools and lessons learned from a federally-supported pilot project (USA) – Inspired to Serve: Youth-Led Interfaith Action.
These cooperative games offer fun and creative ways to ignite and catalyze compassionate action in communities around the world. In these five annual Compassion Games, competition becomes coo-petition as individuals and teams challenge one another to strive together to make our planet a better place to live by way of community service, acts of kindness, and fund-raising for local causes.
The tools in this resource enable young people to become insightful and compassionate individuals, committed to guiding our planet towards peace, healing, justice, and sustainability. This toolkit formulates and develops a new leadership model which integrates spirituality and social justice in the construction of more inclusive communities.
The Walking the Walk youth initiative is a nationally-recognized initiative in the USA that provides teenagers with the experiences, skills, and resources to live in a diverse world, to deepen their own identities, and to break through walls that distance and divide them from people of other religious, cultural, and economic backgrounds.