|Council for Education in World Citizenship (CEWC-Cymru)||http://www.wcia.org.uk/cewc/index_en.html|
|Global Learning Programme Wales||http://globaldimension.org.uk/glpwales|
|Global Learning Programme England||http://www.glp-e.org.uk|
|Global Learning Programme Scotland and Northern Ireleand||still under development|
|The Global Dimension||http://globaldimension.org.uk|
|Tide Global Learning||http://www.tidec.org/|
|CAFOD school resources||http://www.cafod.org.uk/Education|
|Fair Trade Wales||http://fairtradewales.com|
|Wales for Africa||http://www.walesafrica.org|
|Wales International Development Hub||http://www.hubcymru.org/hub/index.html|
|Size of Wales||http://www.sizeofwales.org.uk/|
|British Council Connecting Classrooms and
International School Award
|Geographical Association Geography
|UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award||http://www.unicef.org.uk/rrsa|
|Fair Trade Schools Award||http://fairtradewales.com/fair-trade-nation/schools/become-a-fairtrade-school|
There are a number of organisations working in the field of international development, ranging from running programmes overseas to campaigning for change. These international development organisations include charities like Action Aid, CAFOD or Oxfam, and non-governmental organisations such as UNICEF.
Many of these organisations support schools in engaging with global learning.
Through the GLP-W, schools are being encouraged to consider how the support of such organisations can help them develop global learning pupil outcomes across the school.
International development organisations can provide services such as:
These agencies can also support schools in working with their wider community through active projects for young people, connecting with local staff and helping to establish learning-based school links.
Further support can be downloaded here