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(Updated on 26/10/2013)


Related pages :

Stereotypes - Civil Rights - Human Rights



Encyclopedia :

  • Tolerance (Wikipedia)
    1 Politics and religion
    2 Tolerance as a virtue
    3 See also
    4 External links


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Resources :

  • International Day for Tolerance - November 16 (Wikipedia)
    1 Context
    1.1 Preamble
    1.2 Article 2 - State level
    1.3 Article 3 - Social dimensions
    1.4 Article 4 - Education
    1.5 Article 5 - Commitment to action
    1.6 Article 6 - International Day for Tolerance
    2 See also
    3 External links
  • Declaration of Principles on Tolerance (UNESCO)
    Article 1 - Meaning of tolerance
    Article 2 - State level
    Article 3 - Social dimensions
    Article 4 - Education
    Article 5 - Commitment to action
    Article 6 - International Day for Tolerance (16 November )


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Lesson plans :

  • What do Halloween costumes say ? - a lesson plan - UPDATED
    "This activity, adaptable across grades, is designed to help students look critically at the Halloween costumes marketed to them."


  • Respecting Differing Opinions - PowerPoint Presentation
    Click on P.S.H.E. & CITIZENSHIP RESOURCES / P.S.H.E. & Citizenship: Presentations
    (Primary Resources)


  • "Bursting" Stereotypes (
    "Balloons serve as a conduit in this lesson in which students "burst" stereotypes that unfairly label individuals or groups...
    Students will :
    - learn the meaning of the word stereotype.
    - work in groups to come up with stereotype statements.
    - discuss whether the statements are fair.
    - write what they learned from the activity.


Webquests :

  • Timely Tolerance (
    "An exercise in the cyclical nature of discrimination, prejudice, and stereotypes and our role in confronting it...
    In this WebQuest, students will examine issues of prejudice and intolerance in the context of both historical and contemporary events.
    They will learn the structure and tools necessary to plan, write, and create a museum exhibit.
    Exhibits will cover the broad categories listed below:
    - Ableism
    - Ageism
    - Homophobia
    - Political Intolerance
    - Racism
    - Religious Intolerance
    - Sexism


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Songs :

  • Black Or White by Michael Jackson :
    "I’m Not Going To Spend
    My Life Being A Color...
    It Don’t Matter If You’re Black Or White"
  • Ebony and ivory by Paul McCartney :
    "Ebony and Ivory
    Live together in perfect harmony
    Side by side on my piano
    Keyboard, Oh Lord, Why don't we?"

  • Everyday People by SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE :
    "Sometimes I'm right and I can be wrong
    My own beliefs are in my song
    The butcher, the banker, the drummer and then
    Makes no difference what group I'm in
    I am everyday people, yeah yeah
    There is a blue one who can't accept the green one
    For living with a fat one trying to be a skinny one..."

  • Imagine by John Lennon :
    "Imagine there's no countries
    It isn't hard to do
    Nothing to kill or die for
    And no religion too
    Imagine all the people
    Living life in peace"
  • Ugly sung by Sugababes
    "People made me feel like life was unfair
    And I did things that made me ashamed...
    But there will always be the one who will say
    Something bad to make them feel great...
    Everybody talks bad about somebody
    And never realises how it affects somebody
    And you bet it won't be forgotten..."

    - the VIDEO (YouTube)


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