Human Rights Day is celebrated around the world on December 10. Below are resources we’ve made for both primary and secondary students.
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You and your students can learn about the refugee experience of newly arrived Canadians in these unique yet universally relatable films.
Discover a selection of study guides designed to get high school students talking and thinking critically about NFB films and the thought-provoking topics they explore.
* This is a translated guest post by French Animation Studio executive producer Julie Roy. Read the original French post here. I have been participating in the Annecy International Animation Film...
Symbolic thinking is an important skill. Through this beautiful and moving story, students discover how simple objects such as birds or shoes can be used symbolically to represent civil war and learn about the lasting effects of this type of conflict.
Check out the Fall 2015 NFB Film Club selection, with films available for FREE public screening at public libraries nationwide. There's something for everyone!