Water rights explored

7th February 2003 at 00:00
Through offering a resource-rich booklet and supporting website, Worldaware, in partnership with Thames Water, tackles the issue of water management in a clear and effective way. Whose Right to Water? deals with concerns about water issues on a local and a global scale.

Topics include rights to water and health concerns related to water, with clear links to citizenship and sustainable development education. The booklet contains a wealth of powerful images which will stimulate students and promote the development of empathy. Activities are well thought out and based on an enquiry and decision-making approach.

www.worldaware.org.ukeducationprojectswater.html Whose Right to Water? is part of a larger educational programme from Thames Water, called Water in Schools.

www.waterinschools.com

Gavin Richards is a freelance authortrainer, and part-time teacher of geography and ICT at Court Fields Community School, Wellington, Somerset

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