The World’s Largest Lesson is a global project to engage all children in learning about the SDGs and using these as a stimulus for both SDG advocacy and local community action. Creative resources and training are provided to teachers and peer educators to enable them to engage children and young people in the Goals and local action.
As all children everywhere should have the opportunity to learn about the Global Goals and feel inspired to take action for them – all the resources available on this platform are free, open source and translated into over 10 languages. Its creators believe in the power of creativity and that all children can find their own individual way of taking action for the Global Goals. That’s why, among others, animated films featured on the platform are written by Sir Ken Robinson, animated by Aardman and introduced by well-known figures like Emma Watson, Serena Williams and Malala Yousafzai.
We encourage you to use The World’s Largest Lesson materials to teach lessons, run projects and engage young people in supporting the Global Goals!