Children campaigning for clean air during OutRight 2018/19

OutRight 2020/21

Resources

Thank you for signing up to take part in OutRight 2020/21!

The resources for the 2020/21 campaign are all about climate change and how it’s impacts affect children’s rights.

Children and young people who take part in the campaign will: 

  • Learn about climate change and its impacts
  • Learn how climate change and its impacts affect children’s rights
  • Use their voices to call on decision-makers to take actions on climate change that prioritise children’s rights

Kick start the campaign by sharing this message from Cel Spellman with your group!

Resources will be released via regular emails every couple of weeks between September and November.

If you have any issues viewing them or have questions about the campaign, please email  outright@unicef.org.uk  so we can help. 

Keep up the momentum with this message of encouragement from Cel Spellman!

Introductory Resources

Resources to download and explore before starting the OutRight campaign

Resource Pack 1

Resources to get your OutRight campaign started

Resources for those working with children under 12 years of age

 

Resources for those working with young people age 12+

Resource Pack 2

For Facilitators who have already introduced the campaign to children, young people and colleagues

Resources for those working with children under 12 years of age

 

Resources for those working with young people age 12+

 

Resource pack 3

Resources to help children and young people understand how climate change and it's impacts affect children's health

Resources for those working with children under 12 years of age

Resources for those working with young people age 12+

Campaign Action Resources

Speaking up on climate change and children's health

Online Events

Notes from Online Events

What’s different this year?

After the strange year we’ve all had we want to make sure OutRight is really interactive this time.

We’ll be releasing a new set of resources every couple of weeks and holding some online workshops and webinars for you and the children you work with.

We’ve tried to design everything to be flexible enough for use in-person and over platforms like Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

If things change further, we’ll adapt the resources so they work for independent learning and campaigning too.

Please do sign up for the online events when we release the dates: we really want to hear from you, amplify your ideas and answer your questions!

 

Children learning at a Rights Respecting School

Children learning at a Rights Respecting School.