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Ready-to-use teaching resources on human trafficking and modern-day slavery

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Join us on 29 April at 10.00am UK time for this webinar with Judy Boyle looking at teaching resources that focus on human trafficking and modern day slavery.

About the webinar

This webinar will examine how and why we can address human trafficking and modern day slavery in our lessons with dignity, respect and with relevance.

The session will begin with a brief overview of slavery and human trafficking today, drawing upon academic anti-slavery research, and personal narratives of survivors.

We’ll then focus on The NO Project free downloadable teaching resources, which are specifically designed for learners B1+ and above. The lessons are for both online and in-class teaching, and are geared towards upper secondary, young adult and adult learners i.e.16+ years.  All plans are based on real-life narratives and are approached with dignity and respect. The presentation will also feature the gentle step-by-step teachers guide, powerful visuals and engaging artwork, original audio content, authentic videos and theme-based lexical input.

To conclude we’ll examine how the student autonomous learning resources facilitate inspirational, collaborative projects beyond the class.


29 April 2021


10.00am UK time. See what time this is where you are

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About the speaker

Judy is an ELT teacher, teacher trainer and course book author. Her background also includes professional theatre. As an educator and founder of The NO Project, and in partnership with The Rights Lab, Nottingham University, Judy has developed free downloadable lesson plans on human trafficking and modern slavery, for learners aged 16 and above. In 2020, The NO Project was honoured to be nominated a finalist for the British Council ELTons Award, Innovations in Teacher Resources, and to also receive the ELTons 2020 Judges’ Commendation for Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity.

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