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Full Circle: First Nations, Métis, Inuit Ways of Knowing
Our most recent project, Full Circle: First Nation, Métis and Inuit Ways of Knowing was written by members who self-identify as First Nation or Métis, or have extensive experience working with Aboriginal students.
 
Hungry for Change
Common Threads' recent project, Hungry For Change, had members travel to Brazil where they explored progressive approaches to agriculture and food distribution.
 
Tapped Out: The World Water Crisis
Water is fast becoming one of the main environmental and social priorities of the 21st century. Access to this precious resource is a growing concern for developing countries and also here in Canada. Recent events on Canada’s First Nation reserves show that water as a natural resource should not be taken for granted.
 
From Canada to South Africa: Combatting HIV/AIDS Together
The Common Threads From Canada to South Africa Combatting HIV/AIDS Together project resource package consists of high quality “classroom-ready” lesson resources for Ontario secondary school teachers.
 
Globalization, Sweatshops, and the Clothes We Wear
The first Common Threads project saw a group of educators from OSSTF/FEESO travel to Guatemala in 2002 to research the international garment industry. The result was Globalization, Sweatshops, and the Clothes We Wear – a study tool for students interested in the relationship between major clothing brands and the people and places where they are made.