Global Education

Teacher resources to encourage a global
perspective across the curriculum

Filter by:

Issue
Country

Images

  • In Vavuniya, Sri Lanka students from local schools participate in celebrations, workshops and games as part of International Peace Day. DFAT
    In Vavuniya, Sri Lanka students from local schools participate in celebrations, workshops and games as part of International Peace Day.
    DFAT
    Print | Save
    In Vavuniya, Sri Lanka students from local schools participate in celebrations, workshops and games as part of International Peace Day. DFAT
    Selling pineapples from a boat on the river, Bangladesh. DFAT
    Selling pineapples from a boat on the river, Bangladesh.
    DFAT
    Print | Save
    Selling pineapples from a boat on the river, Bangladesh. DFAT
  • A polling centre official explains how to vote in the South Sudan referendum. DFAT
    A polling centre official explains how to vote in the South Sudan referendum.
    DFAT
    Print | Save
    A polling centre official explains how to vote in the South Sudan referendum. DFAT
    Ganga Pun and her two daughters live in a single room in Pokhara, Nepal. Photo by Jim Holmes for DFAT
    Ganga Pun and her two daughters live in a single room in Pokhara, Nepal.
    Photo by Jim Holmes for DFAT
    Print | Save
    Ganga Pun and her two daughters live in a single room in Pokhara, Nepal. Photo by Jim Holmes for DFAT
  • Many groups are working to help rebuild schools and homes damaged during the civil conflict in Sri Lanka. Photoby Conor Ashleigh for DFAT
    Many groups are working to help rebuild schools and homes damaged during the civil conflict in Sri Lanka.
    Photoby Conor Ashleigh for DFAT
    Print | Save
    Many groups are working to help rebuild schools and homes damaged during the civil conflict in Sri Lanka. Photoby Conor Ashleigh for DFAT
    Scientists work to improve food security in a laboratory at the International Livestock Research Institute in Nairobi, Kenya Photo by Kate Holt, Africa Practice
    Scientists work to improve food security in a laboratory at the International Livestock Research Institute in Nairobi, Kenya
    Photo by Kate Holt, Africa Practice
    Print | Save
    Scientists work to improve food security in a laboratory at the International Livestock Research Institute in Nairobi, Kenya Photo by Kate Holt, Africa Practice
  • Norsup Secondary School students enjoy the shade outside school on Malekula Island, Vanuatu. Photoby Conor Ashleigh for DFAT
    Norsup Secondary School students enjoy the shade outside school on Malekula Island, Vanuatu.
    Photoby Conor Ashleigh for DFAT
    Print | Save
    Norsup Secondary School students enjoy the shade outside school on Malekula Island, Vanuatu. Photoby Conor Ashleigh for DFAT
    Rapid urbanisation means people live in crowded make-shift housing with no services along the river in Manila, Philippines. DFAT
    Rapid urbanisation means people live in crowded make-shift housing with no services along the river in Manila, Philippines.
    DFAT
    Print | Save
    Rapid urbanisation means people live in crowded make-shift housing with no services along the river in Manila, Philippines. DFAT
  • First grade students during class at Norsup Primary School, Vanuatu. Photo by Conor Ashleigh for DFAT.
    First grade students during class at Norsup Primary School, Vanuatu.
    Photo by Conor Ashleigh for DFAT.
    Print | Save
    First grade students during class at Norsup Primary School, Vanuatu. Photo by Conor Ashleigh for DFAT.
    Tea plantation workers and their families have benefitted from the installation of new toilets at Mactuff village in Sri Lanka. DFAT
    Tea plantation workers and their families have benefitted from the installation of new toilets at Mactuff village in Sri Lanka.
    DFAT
    Print | Save
    Tea plantation workers and their families have benefitted from the installation of new toilets at Mactuff village in Sri Lanka. DFAT
  • Pacific Island recruiting ship 'Para', c 1880 State Library of Queensland, negative number 65320
    Pacific Island recruiting ship 'Para', c 1880
    State Library of Queensland, negative number 65320
    Print | Save
    Pacific Island recruiting ship 'Para', c 1880 State Library of Queensland, negative number 65320
    A solar cooker uses the energy of the sun to cook, reducing deforestation in remote areas of Nepal. Grant Dixon / Lonely Planet Images
    A solar cooker uses the energy of the sun to cook, reducing deforestation in remote areas of Nepal.
    Grant Dixon / Lonely Planet Images
    Print | Save
    A solar cooker uses the energy of the sun to cook, reducing deforestation in remote areas of Nepal. Grant Dixon / Lonely Planet Images
  • Aloe vera is a succulent that can survive the drought-prone conditions of northern Kenya. Practical Action helped this Maasi woman start a business making aloe-vera soap and other cosmetics. Practical Action/Georgina Cranston
    Aloe vera is a succulent that can survive the drought-prone conditions of northern Kenya. Practical Action helped this Maasi woman start a business making aloe-vera soap and other cosmetics.
    Practical Action/Georgina Cranston
    Print | Save
    Aloe vera is a succulent that can survive the drought-prone conditions of northern Kenya. Practical Action helped this Maasi woman start a business making aloe-vera soap and other cosmetics. Practical Action/Georgina Cranston
    In Sudan the baobab tree or 'tree of life' provides fruit with three times the vitamin C of an orange and more calcium than spinach. The bark can be woven into clothing or rope. The tree became endangered when conflict prevented natural regeneration. Practical Action partnered with El Fashir nursery to raise 200,000 seedlings to be planted in villages in North Darfur. Practical Action/Awadalla Hamed
    In Sudan the baobab tree or 'tree of life' provides fruit with three times the vitamin C of an orange and more calcium than spinach. The bark can be woven into clothing or rope. The tree became endangered when conflict prevented natural regeneration. Practical Action partnered with El Fashir nursery to raise 200,000 seedlings to be planted in villages in North Darfur.
    Practical Action/Awadalla Hamed
    Print | Save
    In Sudan the baobab tree or 'tree of life' provides fruit with three times the vitamin C of an orange and more calcium than spinach. The bark can be woven into clothing or rope. The tree became endangered when conflict prevented natural regeneration. Practical Action partnered with El Fashir nursery to raise 200,000 seedlings to be planted in villages in North Darfur. Practical Action/Awadalla Hamed
    Significant migration into the Amazon rainforest in Peru has seen large tracts of forest cut down, resulting in soil erosion and land degradation. Practical Action is working with communities to improve agricultural techniques, including avoiding chemicals and using intercropping to prevent pests. Communities have planted coffee and other local fruit trees to reduce erosion and earn a living. Practical Action/Ana Castaneda
    Significant migration into the Amazon rainforest in Peru has seen large tracts of forest cut down, resulting in soil erosion and land degradation. Practical Action is working with communities to improve agricultural techniques, including avoiding chemicals and using intercropping to prevent pests. Communities have planted coffee and other local fruit trees to reduce erosion and earn a living.
    Practical Action/Ana Castaneda
    Print | Save
    Significant migration into the Amazon rainforest in Peru has seen large tracts of forest cut down, resulting in soil erosion and land degradation. Practical Action is working with communities to improve agricultural techniques, including avoiding chemicals and using intercropping to prevent pests. Communities have planted coffee and other local fruit trees to reduce erosion and earn a living. Practical Action/Ana Castaneda