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What is “the Global Goals”?

In 25 September 2015, 193 world leaders committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years. The 3 extraordinary things are:

  1. End extreme poverty;
  2. Fight inequality & injustice;
  3. Fix climate change.

What is “The World’s Largest Lesson”?

World’s Largest Lesson is a collaborative education project to support the announcement of the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development. The project is living proof of the importance of Global Goal 17 “Partnerships for the Goals”. Partners and schools worldwide have been starting different education activities to support this event.

Education Resources

Resources Content
Introducing the Global Goals (Lesson plan: 30-mins ver.)

For morning class, assembly or class meeting

Introducing the Global Goals (Lesson plan: 60-mins ver.)

For Civil and Moral Education, General Studies (Primary), Integrated Humanities, Geography and Liberal Studies (Secondary)

The Global Goals Comic Book “Heroes for Change”

“Heroes for Change” comic introduces the Global Goals and invites children to become superheroes themselves, by taking action to end poverty, inequality and climate change.

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The film aims at introducing “The Global Goals” and the message is devised by acclaimed educationalist Sir Ken Robinson.

For more education resources, please visit:

The official website of “The Global Goals”:

The official website of “The World’s Largest Lesson”:


Topic Content
Education Kit: The Syria Crisis and the Refugee Crisis in Europe

The education kit is designed to provide support to primary and secondary school teachers facilitating them to teach students about issues related to child refugees. The purpose is for students to grasp the global status of refugees, the background and development of the Syrian war and the different responses on the Refugee Crisis from Syrian’s neighboring regions and European countries. Students can also enhance their understanding of how war deprives child refugees of their various rights forcing them to flee.

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An Overview of Children in China

Have an insight into the life of poor children in China and understand the essence of poverty alleviation – ‘help them help themselves’. (Teaching materials and statistics attached.)

To Know about Child Rights

Understand the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the 4 basic children’s rights to survival, protection, development and participation. (Teaching materials attached.)

Natural Disaster and Children

Understand the impacts of natural disasters on people and children. (Teaching materials attached.)

War and Children

Increase the understanding of war, landmine and refugee and understand the impacts of war on children. (Teaching materials and statistics attached.)



Hei Cheung, Education Officer
Tel: 2836 2993 / 2338 5151
Email: [email protected]

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