Talking to Children About War
SOME RESOURCES THAT CAN HELP
It's hard to know what to say when nothing you say will make things better.
That said, it is vital that children and young people can talk about what is happening in Ukraine as well as elsewhere, so we have drawn together a list of resources that can help:
- Talking to Children About War - Barnardo's
- How to Talk to Children About War - Scouts (in various languages)
- How to Talk to Your Children About Conflict and War - UNICEF
- The War in Ukraine - BBC Newsround
- The Ukraine Crisis - Brown's University
- Reassure children about Russia-Ukraine war with resilience tales, say experts - The Guardian
- Resources for Teaching About the Ukraine Crisis - Share My Lesson
- Lesson of the Day: ‘How the Ukraine Crisis Developed, and Where It Might Be Headed - New York Times
- Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall
- Donate to help provide humanitarian aid in Ukraine - The Red Cross
Perhaps you can use this inspiring video too, when Beyoncé wowed the United Nations Assembly in 2012?
It reminds us that humans can - and do - come together in times of adversity.
In this way, we all can play our part.
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