On this page there are links to a range of resources covering children’s rights to Equality and Non-Discrimination. They include classroom resources, booklets, and videos.
We’ve developed lesson plans and resources for primary and secondary schools that can help explore the issue of bullying:
We’ve published resources to help children and young people take a lead on tackling cyberbullying in their school:
We have developed a resource that consists of three lessons, designed for secondary pupils, to help increase awareness of Islamophobia, tackle common myths and misconceptions about Islam, and present the real life experiences of young Muslims in Wales:
Here I Am
This resource shows how children and young people across Wales can celebrate their identity:
Challenging the negative reporting of the LGBT community
This practical toolkit gives advice to young people on challenging unfair or harmful media reporting and provides a useful breakdown of the complaints procedures of various bodies:
Challenging the negative media reporting of Gypsies and Travellers
This practical toolkit (see below) gives advice to young people on challenging unfair or harmful media reporting and provides a useful breakdown of the complaints procedures of various bodies.
We worked with Gypsies and Travellers in Wales to learn what information they wanted to know to help them to identify negative reporting, and how to complain:
This is an online guide developed by young people that has equality, diversity, children’s rights and social justice at its heart:
This is a resource for practitioners who want to empower children (age 7-11) to make positive relationships matter in their school and communities:
Information and Advice
If you’d like more information or any advice then please contact our Investigation and Advice team. Our service is free and confidential:
You can also contact Meic or Childline if you’re feeling worried: