CWB supports educators, employers, and facilitators lead conversations about resilience, cross-cultural understanding, and displacement.
We have led workshops and given talks at: University of Virginia, Brooklyn College, Idyllwild Arts Academy, International School of Paris, the Smithsonian Folk Festival and more.
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With these free lesson plans, all can be empowered to become positive forces in the world. Learn how to be responsive to human displacement, violence, and other forms of crisis with compassion. To learn more about the purpose of this program, check out this blog post.
The resources available here will cover a broad spectrum. From helping to start simple conversations with friends, family, and colleagues, to interactive and flexible tools for the classroom or workplace.
All CWB-USA lessons connect to the Ten Core Rights of the United Nations’ Declaration on the Rights of a Child.
In this interactive lesson, students will work in small groups to develop a clear understanding of empathy, community building, and the importance of compassionate listening. They will have the opportunity to reflect on their own lives, interests, and values to develop empathy for their classmates.
In this interactive lesson, students will learn about different types of human migration. They will have the opportunity to reflect on the differences (or similarities) between students own lived experience and the experience of migrating adolescents.