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Young Citizens wants young people to leave education with a grasp of the political, legal and economic functions of society, and with the social and moral awareness to thrive in it. We don't just want schools and colleges to teach citizenship: we also want them to demonstrate citizenship through the way they operate.
We have developed our teaching and learning materials with these content pillars in mind. Explore how we can help inspire your children.
This free lesson explores the various reasons why people choose to migrate. They unpack the differences between refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants, examining key pieces of legislation to see what rights migrants have in both national and international law.Read more
For young people in Britain today, it is likely that the remainder of their childhood and early adulthood will be dominated by Brexit. This will have profound implications on their life chances and opportunities.Read more
Our FREE social media and the law resource can help you do just that. The lesson provides a full overview of the law regarding social media and challenges young people to test the law in a number of real life scenarios.Read more
Schools measure children by their academic achievement. However, we need to remember that qualities such as empathy, compassion and fair-mindedness are just as important.Read more
We are the UK's leader in the field of public legal information (PLE) for young people. PLE gives young people the knowledge, skills and confidence to tackle everyday problems.Read more
Our economic awareness programmes show students how the economy ties directly to everyday decisions that affect them personally.Read more
Political literacy is an important element of citizenship education. Young Citizens has supported schools in teaching political literacy from the beginning.Read more
In an age of mass media and electronic communication, children and young people are regularly exposed to the conflicts and controversies of adult life. How can schools help prepare them?Read more