Trade, Aid & Debt

Offline Source Sheet

This is the first part of a resource designed as a suppliment for Jewish communities and schools to Equal Exchange's comprehensive Fair Trade curriculum for 5th-8th graders,which can be found at:http://www.equalexchange.coop/educationaltools
This is the second part of a resource designed as a suppliment for Jewish communities and schools to Equal Exchange's comprehensive Fair Trade curriculum for 5th-8th graders,which can be found at:http://www.equalexchange.coop/educationaltools
This is the third part of a resource designed as a suppliment for Jewish communities and schools to Equal Exchange's comprehensive Fair Trade curriculum for 5th-8th graders,which can be found at:http://www.equalexchange.coop/educationaltools
Tzedek has created this lesson plan for teachers working with 7 to 11 year olds. Through this lesson students will identify connections between our lives and those of people and communities in other parts of the world in particular looking at issues related to trade and our responsibilities as Jewish people.
This is a simple text study for children or adults to begin thinking about Fair Trade and Jewish perspectives on Fair Trade.
This is the facilitators' version of a workshop which explores Jewish perspectives on Fair Trade. It is designed for high schoolers, young adults, or adults who want an in-depth text study and also have a facilitator to lead a learning session. The participants' version is also posted.
This is the participants' version of a workshop which explores Jewish perspectives on Fair Trade. It is designed for high schoolers, young adults, or adults who want an in-depth text study and also have a facilitator to lead a learning session. The facilitators' version is also posted.
This pack contains resources and activities on international trading, fair trade and Judaism with links to Jewish texts.
This source sheet explores Judaism's view on food aid in the lens of the holiday of Shavuot
In the aftermath of natural disaster (in this case the earthquake in Hati), this mekorot sheet with thought questions seeks to determine if there is a specific Jewish religious obligation to provide aid to non-Jews, or if it is merely human ethic mixed with enlightened self interest.
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