Trade, Aid & Debt

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A text study exploring Joseph's implementation of food aid for Egypt, and comparing it to US Food Aid today.
This pack contains a set of activities to help teach students aged 11-18 about microcredit, along with examples. Note that the Relief Organisation for Handicapped (ROH) Photo Activity (pages 15 and 16) are contained in a separate upload.
This pack contains a set of activities to help teach young students 7-11 years old about microcredit/ microfinance, along with examples. Note that the Relief Organisation for Handicapped (ROH) Photo Activity (pages 15 and 16) are contained in a separate upload, as is the resource pack.
This pack contains the resources for the microcredit activities for students aged 7-11 and 11-18. Note that the Relief Organisation for Handicapped (ROH) Photo Activity (pages 15 and 16) are contained in a separate upload.
Giving Mishloach Manot on Purim is a unique opportunity to explore where our food comes from and to consider the different people involved in bringing us our food. This pack includes activities and resources on this topic.
This pack contains a set of exercises to help teach older students about the significance of ethical business practices and to help them explore their own buying habits.
This pack contains the exercise resources to help teach older students about the significance of ethical business practices and to help them explore their own buying habits.
This pack contains a Purim Spiel exercise to help teach older students about the significance of ethical business practices and to help them explore their own buying habits.

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From the Sources is designed to facilitate holiday text study around issues of social justice. We invite you to engage in the texts and use them in your community to teach and take action. Use From the Sources to: • Learn with others. Read through this text study together with a friend or a group of friends and discuss the issues it raises. • Enrich your own learning. This resource aims to inspire thought-provoking and challenging perspectives on the holiday texts. • Teach. Invite others to share in this learning. Use it as the basis for a dvar Torah or to motivate action in support of advocacy or tzedakah initiatives in your school, synagogue or Hillel.
Exploration of the extent of our obligation to people who live in other parts of the world.
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