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Three Resources for SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities
Imagine a world where everyone is treated fairly regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, religious beliefs, economic status or location. Social and economic development, poverty and lack of access to resources are all influenced by inequality. Everyone deserves the same chance to thrive wherever they are around the world. Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 10 addresses these issues and helps you bring them into your classroom.
So, what can young people do to help achieve SDG 10 around the world? Here are a few free resources to help you get started!
Transform Our World: Reduced Inequalities
Get introduced to this SDG topic through this free course to find more than 20 lesson plans, vetted resources and activities. This self-paced course encourages you to connect with and follow experts and create your own resource collection.
In the final part of the course you will be asked to do a lesson or activity with your students, reflect on the experience and upload evidence of learning. A trained peer reviewer will leave you feedback and award your digital badge!
What is the difference between equal and equitable?
This infographic helps explain the difference between the terms equal and equitable. Equal typically means something is the same for everyone, while equitable denotes fairness. Something that is equal may not be equitable. Explore this idea with colleagues and students with this infographic. Then, use the resources in the course listed above to take the conversation even deeper about equality around the world.
Decorate hallways and classrooms with these downloadable posters featuring quotes by Nelson Mandela. Mandela was an advocate for freedom and equality, so why not celebrate his legacy by starting a classroom conversation about his life and work? Print these posters on 8.5 by 11 inch paper in color or black and white.
Learn more about the other Sustainable Development Goals and how to integrate them into your classroom in this free e-book: Social good in the classroom: What impact will you make?