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Everyday Choices connects your choices about clothes, chocolate, and electronics to the choices young people around the world do or don't have for a better life.
Native communities: lost treasure shows native people as endangered, yet of great value to the future of our planet and its people.
Our page on the status of women reveals that in many societies they have much to offer, but few oppportunities to succeed.
The info-piece Consuming Appetites highlights the disparities between the "haves" and the "have-nots" in the world.
NCP's new JUSTICE t-shirt makes a statement everytime you put it on!
Food for Thought hunger awareness activity provides personal encounter with hunger, poverty and the feeling of being rich, poor, and in-between (religious / secular versions for youth & adults; elementary school versions). Also,Divided World, a shorter poverty awareness activity for older youth and adults and Global Hunger Crisis, an article on what's behind increasing global food insecurity.
Access to clean, affordable water will be a key challenge for the world's people in the coming century. Read all about it--and see what you can do!
Follow the Money connects the financial decisions of US consumers to the health of the earth and the well-being of our neighbors. Spending Money (religious / secular versions) are youth/young adult versions of Follow the Money. Free from NCP.
Hunger Facts and Action sheet. A quick summary of the people, the problems, the (misplaced) priorities, and possibilities related to world hunger.
The Average American exposes the daily consumption patterns of US consumers--and what we can do if we don't want to be average.
Learn about the players--and the winners and losers--in the high-stakes game of globalization. Includes New World (Dis)order quiz game.
For Richer, For Poorer match game tests one's knowledge of who has how much of what in the world. And just how many toys did the average US child receive last year??
More than a fad diet, What's for Supper invites US consumers to rethink their food choices in light of the long-term health of the planet.
Learn how Global Warming must be seen as a justice issue as well as an environmental concern. (hint: The WHO reports that 160,000 people in the world die each year due to the effects of global warming)
Use the drama The Predicament to educate others of the human cost of injustice, and the power of human conscience to do something about it. The reading One Good Question ... raises the question of human well-being vs. the structures of religion and society as it replays the story of Jesus' Sabbath healing of the man with the withered hand. The Client reflects on the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus from the point of view of their lawyers. And I Was Hungry Today compares the daily lives and food choices of two young people--one rich, one poor.