Quakers in Britain provide the following teaching resources. They are obtainable here.
‘Conscience’ and ‘Conviction’ – World War I learning resources
Teaching about World War I should be about more than reciting poems about muddy battlefields. ‘Conscience’ and ‘Conviction’ have been created to highlight a selection of moral paths taken as a result of the war. Both provide opportunities to reflect on the steps we need to take for a world without war. These materials are based on the work of Don Rowe, teacher, writer and co-founder of the Citizenship Foundation.
Learners pursue a critical thinking project, considering how people responded to the questions they faced and exploring their own reactions.
Fly Kites Not Drones
Brings together a range of learning materials about peace and human rights. It also offers guidance for making and flying your own kite for peace. The learning resource was made in Britain, but the inspiration comes from Afghanistan, a country that has known over three decades of constant war including armed drone strikes.