UNICEF: World's Largest Lesson


Implement the World's Largest Lesson and join the global movement to celebrate World Children's Day!


World's Largest Lesson (WLL) is a global initiative that UNICEF launches in 2015 in partnership with Project Everyone and the support of UNESCO to engage children in the SDGs achievement.

This year, on the 30th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), WLL have provided resources that link the SDGs to children's rights and provide a range of meaningful activities that can be implemented at school level.

The Resources:

The resources have been developed with the support of UNICEF CRE Network and the UK NatCom, and include a lesson plan, a teacher's guide on how to teach children's rights, and a poster with some meaningful ideas on how to activate for World Children's Day on November 20th.

The lessons are primarily aimed at children aged 8-14 and can be used in both school and non-school settings such as youth clubs. They can be implemented as isolated learning materials, as a one-day activity, or as part of your ongoing Child Rights Education Programs.

Learn more here.

Resources are available in 12 languages.