Global Citizenship & Sustainable Development
Global Youth Work
A youth work resource from ScotDec & YouthLink Scotland that brings Global Citizenship to life using six everyday commodities – water, tobacco, chocolate, textiles, mobile phones and food. Great as a starting point for exploring global interdependencies through youth work.
Scotdec's SDG packs
17 global citizenship activities to explore the 17 Global Goals. A resource for members of Scouts and Girlguiding Scotland but transferable across youth work settings.
SDG Network Scotland
An open coalition that any individual and organisation can join to champion and deliver the SDG’s in Scotland.
170 Daily Actions to Transform the World
Useful resource listing the many small actions young people can take to make a big difference.
Guide to Sustainable Living
UN House Scotland have produced an informative guide to sustainable living
The International Development Education Association of Scotland (IDEAS) is a network of organisations and individuals involved in Development Education and Education for Global Citizenship across Scotland.
Bridge 47 was created to mobilise civil society from all around the world to contribute to a transformation towards global justice and eradication of poverty through Global Citizenship Education.
Scotdec has been supporting Global Citizenship Education for nearly 30 years and has a range of resources to support young people's engagement.
National Youth Council of Ireland have some great resources on the role of youth work contributing to the SDGs.
Sustainable Development Toolkit
European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth produced this toolkit to work with young people on sustainable development.
Sustainable Development Education Workshops
UNESCO have a global series of online workshops on how to transform society through learning with Education for Sustainable Development. You can find future workshops, recordings of previous workshops and resources.