UN WEBQUESTS

Primary students and their teachers can select from over 100 webquests focused on global issues. Each webquest is related to one or more of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and will engage and interest your learners.

RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS

Explore specially selected resources for educators. These are filterable by level, interest, topic and the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) they relate to.

Course: Learn About the UN

UNA NZ Canterbury Branch has developed a course aimed at secondary school students and first-year university students.

This provides an introductory overview of the structure and operations of the United Nations.

It aims to develop awareness and understanding of the UN system and the global issues it tackles, and the often complex environments it operates in.

In addition, it will challenge students to think critically about the issues the UN tackles and the effectiveness of the UN system.

United Nations Association NZ Canterbury Branch is the creator of this course and reserves all rights as the owner.

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