Find a variety of academic literature, practical handbooks & guidelines as well as multi-media tools. You can also learn more about existing didactic networks of Global Citizenship Education.

Books and Handbooks : English
  • Joanna Yarrow, How to reduce your carbon footprint Footprint: 365 Practical Ways to Make a Real Difference, Duncan Baird Publishers, 2008
  • Ulrike Bremm, Windeck, Every Day For Future, TOPP, 2. Auflage, Frechverlag GmbH, Stuttgart 2019
  • Frerik Precht, Every Day For Future, Digital & Technik, TOPP, 1. Auflage, Frechverlag GmbH, Stuttgart 2020
  • Ina Volkmer, Anne-Kristin Kastens, Every Day For Future, Bucket list für ein nachhaltiges Leben, TOPP, 1. Auflage, Frechverlag GmbH, Stuttgart 2020
  • Michaela Maria Müller (HG.), Kochen mit Zukunft: Rezepte für ein gutes klima, mikrotext Verlag, Berlin 2020
  • Ulrike Werner, Christoph Dreber, IJAB, Vision Inklusion, IJAB, Bonn 2017
  • Internationale Ideenbox: Vielfalt und Nachhaltigkeit, Technische Jugendfreizeit- und Bilsungsgesellschaft (tjfbg) GmbH
  • Ezzedine Mestiri, L’immigration, Éditions La Découvertes, Repères, Paris, 1990
  • Amelie Hallot-Charmasson, Manger Vegane: tout ce qu’il faut savoir, Éditions Jouvence, Saint Julien en Genevois, 2018
German and French (FGYO) – – Handbooks
  • SDG scout 57 million Scouts making the world’s largest coordinated youth contribution to the SDGs Young people around the world are transforming their communities by taking action for peace and sustainability.
  • Earth tribe A Global Community for Nature Our world is changing at a remarkable pace. The essence of all life on earth, nature, is under enormous threat. We are witnessing irregular weather patterns, increased natural disasters, rising consumption habits, and loss of natural habitat and species. The Earth Tribe unites young people in a global community to become champions for preserving and protecting our planet.
  • Environment program “Nature study is the key activity in Scouting and Guiding.” – Baden-Powell Through Scouting, young people are given the opportunities to experience and connect with nature. Nature is central to Scouting as it is one of the eight elements of the Scout method, and environmental protection plays a central role in the active citizens that Scouting creates.
Online resources


  • Quality Criteria for development education (PDF)- VENRO, umbrella organisation of development and humanitarian non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Germany
  • Checklists for Racism-Critical Public Relations Work in the field of development Policy (PDF) – Berliner Entwicklungspolitischer Ratschlag e.V. (BER)
  • Wosdec resources – WOSDEC
    Practical education resources which support active Global Citizenship and Learning for Sustainability.
  • Global Education Week previous editions – Council of
    The Global Education Week relates to the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) which aim to eliminate extreme poverty, reduce inequalities and
    combat the threat of climate change by 2030 (find inspiration).
  • Essential skills for Youth Work Practice.
    – PDF File
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  • Generation climate – Generation Climate Europe
    The GCE podcast Generation Climate covers a range of topics relating to climate activism and policy-making.

  • Global Citizenship, Sustainability and Value-Creating Education
    – Dr. Namrata Sharma
  • Masterclass on Global Citizenship and the Earth Charter – Dr.
    Namrata Sharma
    This class aims to:
    • Provide an introduction to what global citizenship is, and what it means to be part of a global community;
    • Explore some approaches to teaching and pedagogy, including from less widely known perspectives;
    • Make connections between global citizenship education and the Earth Charter;
    • Engage with practical ideas and support for teachers who want to introduce global education into their practice (including guides, resources and further readings);
    • Provide links to networks of researchers and practitioners working in the field of global education, and related areas.


  • West of Scotland Development Education Center – WOSDEC
    Association that supports educators throughout the West of Scotland to develop their skills in Global Citizenship, Learning for Sustainability and
    Rights-based Learning.
  • 64 enviromental films & others – Green is the new black
    64 brilliantly enlightening environmental films, documentaries, books, podcasts, TED talks, IG accounts, and other resources that will educate and broaden your understanding of the climate
  • TILclimate The MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative – Apple Podcast
    Climate change is confusing. This award-winning MIT podcast breaks down the science, technologies, and policies behind climate change, how it’s impacting us, and what our society can do
    about it. Each quick episode gives you the what, why, and how on climate change — from real scientists — to help us all make informed decisions for our future.
  • The Climate Question from the BBC World Service – Apple Podcast

    A global programme that reflects the variety of takes on climate change, how best to understand it and the world’s attempts to avert it, temper it or adapt to it.
    It is not about questioning whether climate change is happening, it’s about finding the best ways to respond to it.
    This is sharp-edged, analytical inquiry. Hard scrutiny, touched with a sense of adventure and discovery, and where we can find it, hope.
    It includes stories from across the world on why we find it so hard to save our own planet, and how we might change that.
  • TED Climate – TED Audio Collective – Apple Podcast

    We get it. You care about the climate crisis—but sometimes thinking about it is just too overwhelming. Well, we’re here to help with that. Host Dan Kwartler unpacks the problems and
    solutions behind big systemic issues in bite-sized episodes. You’ll find out which bag is best for the planet, imagine our world without humans, and follow the international journey of the
    very shirt on your back. Yes, we’re going to talk about the bleak stuff—it’s a crisis after all—but we’ll also share little ways you can make changes in your daily life, in your towns and
    cities, and at your workplaces to help change climate change. Ultimately we’re aiming for some HOPE through a focus on solutions, instead of just, you know, tumbling towards inevitable doom.
  • The Climate Pod – The Climate Pod – Apple Podcast

    The Climate Pod is a wide-ranging conversation with leading experts on the politics, economics, activism, culture, science, and social justice issues at the heart of the climate crisis. Hear
    from guests like Jane Goodall, Gov. Jay Inslee, Jeffrey Sachs, David Wallace-Wells, Adam McKay, Bill Nye, Robert Bullard, Catherine Coleman Flowers, Ted Danson, Michael Mann, Rainn Wilson,
    Stephanie Kelton, Mark Hyman, and many more. Hosted by brothers Ty and Brock Benefiel.
  • Regulating worry, promoting hope – PDF file
    Regulating worry, promoting hope: How do children, adolescents, and young adults cope with climate change? Maria Ojala
  • Take a step forward – Council of Europe
    Everything flows from the rights of the others and my never-ending duty to respect them.