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The right to food: A window on the world

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    The right to food: A window on the world - Story book
    Illustrated by young people for young people
    2007
    This guide to the cartoon book “The Right to Food: a Window on the World” is designed to help you educate young people about the right to food and encourage them to take action against hunger in the world. By using the cartoon book and the activity guide, you will help young people understand that every individual has the right to be free from hunger and that all members of society have a responsibility to respect, protect and promote that right. The guide provides simple teaching tools to make learning interesting and fun, suggests activities to carry out and additional information for you to use when helping others learn about hunger and the right to food.
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    The right to food: A window on the world - Resource and Activity Guide 2007
    The “Feeding Minds, Fighting Hunger” global initiative, FAO and WAGGGS, have joined forces to educate young people around the world about hunger and malnutrition and to motivate them to become actively involved in the fi ght against hunger. By providing practical tools such as the “Feeding Minds, Fighting Hunger” lessons, the “Youth Window” and the cartoon book and activity guide “The Right to Food: a Window on the World”, we prepare and encourage children and young people to work toge ther with us in the global fi ght against hunger and malnutrition. Young people have the imagination, the ideals and the energy to make the world a better place for themselves and for future generations. They have the right, and the responsibility, to speak up and take action. As their leaders and teachers, you can make a difference through informing, sharing knowledge, encouraging participation and showing young people that they have an important role to play in achieving a world free from hunger. If you believe, as we do, that hunger and malnutrition are unacceptable in a world that has the knowledge and resources to end this tragedy, join forces with us against hunger!
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    Climate Change and Food Security Challenge Badge Resources and Activity Materials 2010
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    This guide complements the Food Security and Climate Change Challenge Badge activity booklet. The resources and activity ideas are designed to support you and your group and to help you educate children and youth about climate change and food security. The guide contains simple teaching tools to make learning appealing and fun, and provides a selection of activities and exercises to carry out individually or in your group. The guide can be used to achieve the Food Security and Climate Change Cha llenge Badge or can be used separately. The materials we propose seek to ensure that young people consider the environmental, economic and social impacts of their actions and decisions in the local and global community. By using the guide you will help them understand that all members of society have the right to live in a world free from hunger and the terrible effects of climate change.

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