This collection of links includes resources on communism and Nelson Mandela, suitable background material for encountering conflict students. I expect the page will grow given it is targeted at a Key Concept in US history classrooms: Global conflicts and their consequences
TED Talks Musician and activist Bono accepts the 2005 TED Prize with a riveting talk, arguing that aid to Africa isn't just another celebrity cause; it's a global emergency. Some very interesting ideas about responding to conflict here.
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow wrapped up her visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo yesterday with an urgent plea for better vaccination campaigns and protection for children to stamp out polio and save ...
Must-see footage from the hellish city of Homs. You will need to read through to the comments to get a sense of the issues here - the senselessness of it all and some discussion about whether or not the rest of the world should give a damn and get involved. What you are after here is reflections on war, its impact and it senselessness.
Aljazeera.comAfghan conflict forced 500000 to flee homes, Amnesty saysOttawa CitizenAfghanistan's decade-long conflict has forced more than half a million people to flee their homes - many of whom are at risk of disease, hunger and possible death ...
Plan x 2 = brainstorm ideas for the topic, organise them, then make a list of techniques you'll use. Dramatic opening paragraph - it's really important to grab the reader's attention. Use a quote...This is sound advice for expository writing
Telegraph.co.ukAs conflict in Syria worsens, the West asks: How many more bodies before ...Telegraph.co.ukBy Con Coughlin There comes a point in every conflict when the world suddenly wakes up to the full horror of what is taking place in some far-away...
"Oh wilt thou leave me so unsatisfied?" It's happened to us all. You cosy up on the couch to watch a movie but despite the massive bowl of popcorn, industrial size bag of malteesers, pint glass of...good narrative writing advice here
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