International Negotiations and unfair resource distribution

Time taken: 30 minutes to play and at least 15 minutes for reflection. 

Equipment: About 80 sweets (small, individually wrapped, variety to suit all tastes)

This game is designed to simulate international negotiations. It is based on "Prisoners Dilema" type experiments from economics. 

Today is International Women's Day

Friday, 8 March 2013

The 8th March is International Women's Day, a time to remember the sacrifices and bravery of women who have fought tirelessly for a better world, whilst also recognising that the fight for liberation is far from over. From the Ford Dagenham strikes in 1968 to the women of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, women have increasingly made steps towards equality and been part of the struggle for a world free from oppression.

Youth for Fair Trade

The Youth for Fair Trade Resource Pack is a global youth work resource. It has been designed by Y Care International to help youth workers connect young people to the key values of fairness and equality; to explore what fair trade means to them; and to support them to take action to make the world a fairer place.

Global Campaign for Education action week

Event date: 
2 May 2012 - 12:01am - 8 May 2012 - 11:59pm
Event location: 

Global Action Week is the most campaign intensive part of the GCE calendar with national educational coalitions preparing for up to nine months in advance to ensure that the week has maximum impact on decision makers. Since its inception, Global Action Week participation has grown from 2 million people in 2003 to over 15 million in 2010.

Here are some reasons to get involved:

Education is possibly the best tool we have for tackling poverty. When someone gets educated, they will eventually earn more and be better able to support their family. 

International Women's Day

Event date: 
8 March 2012 - 12:01am - 11:59pm
Event location: 

The 8th March is International Women's Day, a time when we remember the sacrifices and bravery of women who fought for women's rights, consider the rights we have today, but also recognise that the fight for women's liberation is far from over.

From the Suffragette movement in the 19th and 20th century to the Ford Dagenham strikes in 1968, women have increasingly made steps towards equality.

Annually on 8 March, thousands of events are held throughout the world to inspire women and celebrate achievements and equality.

International Women's Day

International Women's Day was established in 1910 and first celebrated in 1911. It is now celebrated on the 8th March every year and is recognised by the UN.

Women's Liberation Workshop

Women’s Liberation group night activity

This activity is relevant all year round, but was created for the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day.

It deals with the history of the Feminist and women's moments and the discrimination that many women continue to face in today's societies.

This is a taster for a larger pack that is being created and if you are inspired or wish for further materials get in contact with open.accessable@woodcraft.org.uk

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