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UNA-Canada Resources for Educators, Youth and Kids

While most of these resources come out of projects that have now completed, many Canadians find them to still be relevant and informative  

The Action Guide: A Human Rights Resource Manual for Secondary Schools (http://www.unac.org/rights/actguide/index.html) – a manual for teachers and youth that includes an exciting list of classroom and community action ideas to promote involvement in human rights

The KIT:  Anti-Racism (http://www.unac.org/yfar/splash.htm) – a manual by youth to combat racism through education

Navigating International Meetings: A Pocketbook Guide to Effective Youth Participation (http://www.unac.org/en/pocketbook/index.asp) – a concise and practical guide from the perspectives and experiences of youth from around the world who themselves had the unique opportunity to go to a major UN and/or international meeting(s)

Lester B. Pearson and the UN (http://www.unac.org/en/link_learn/canada/pearson/index.asp) - a research paper on a key Canadian who influenced the creation and direction of the UN, written for secondary school youth and teachers

Resource Guide for International Year of Older Persons (http://www.unac.org/iyop/index.html) – an educational resource for teachers, bringing ageing and intergenerational programming into the classroom and into community groups 

Youth and the Global HIV/AIDS Crisis: A Toolkit for Action (http://www.unac.org/en/link_learn/hiv_aids/en/index.asp) – a toolkit written by youth, for youth

Other Valued Sites, Not UNA-Canada

UN’s Cyber School Bus (http://www.un.org/Pubs/CyberSchoolBus/index.html) – The UN’s website for kids and youth