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Our accessible, flexible teaching materials are designed to help you create lessons on discrimination and diversity.

The online toolbox with five learning paths

Each learning path focuses on a theme related to discrimination and diversity. Each learning path focuses on a theme related to discrimination and diversity. The learning paths use our videos, online and offline learning (blended learning) and contain (group) assignments that help students form and share their thoughts and ideas. The learning paths can be used as complete modules for educators to build their lessons around. Read more

Create a free account to access the five learning paths in the online toolbox – that way you use the resources in their intended context.

To get a taste of the online toolbox, you can use the videos, worksheets and educators’ guides.


Storytelling is at the heart of Stories that Move, reflected in our library of thought-provoking video interviews in which young people share their thoughts and experiences of discrimination. Subtitled in seven languages, covering a range of topics, these are free to use and are a great basis for lesson plans. The collection is searchable by theme, language and minority group so you can find the videos most relevant to your lesson plans. Visit our video library


We have a selection of downloadable worksheets to get you started before you embark on a learning path. These are interactive PDFs with questions and discussion points linked to some of our videos. View our worksheets

Educators’ guides

For each learning path we offer an introductory guide for educators with tips and extra information. These are designed to help you create your lessons and make the most of the toolbox. View our educators’ guides


Our alphabetical list of terms and definitions related to diversity and discrimination is a useful complement to our videos, worksheets and guides. It’s well worth having this to hand during your lessons, and encouraging your learners to refer to it often. Go to glossary

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