Toolkits, resources and guidance

1. Local community groups

18 hours: East Sussex’s regional Development Education Centre provides a range of educational services and tools - including creative learning resources, bespoke training - to help teachers embed Global Development Education into the curriculum.

Allsorts: a Brighton-based youth project that provides a range of support services for LGBTQ young people. It includes a trans* youth group called ‘Transformers’ and offers one-to-one support for trans* and gender-questioning young people. Telephone: 01273 721100.

Diversity Resource International (DRI): a Sussex-based social enterprise set up to help organisations engage effectively with diverse communities and support those communities when they need to access services. Can offer schools training, support to develop schemes of work, and set up peer mentoring schemes.

Women's Voice: a Hastings-based not-for-profit organisation that can provide art and craft workshops as well as dance and physical activities promoting cultural diversity. Can also offer speakers and presentations for secondary schools on specific cultural festivals, International Women's Day and Women's history.

Bigfoot Arts Education: Sussex-based arts education organisation who can deliver drama workshops based on the RRR ethos, embedding a creative approach to looking at the UN Conventions of the Rights of the Child. Can also provide staff training.

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