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FDR Foundation

Harvard University
A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the memory of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt and the renewal of their legacy for the 21st century. Emphasis is on the social impacts of climate change and automation on high-risk populations, threats to democracy within the USA and across the globe, and the dangers of disinformation.
  • Civic engagement
  • Democracy
  • Disinformation...More
  • Environment
  • Global Warming/Climate Change
  • Human Rights
  • Journalism
  • Social Justice
  • Publications
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  • Americas
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  • United States
  • Worldwide

World101

Council on Foreign Relations
World101 is a growing library of free multimedia resources that provide an immersive learning experience in a variety of settings: in classrooms, in corporate training rooms, and at home. Through its entertaining, interactive story-telling, World101 makes complex international relations and foreign policy issues accessible to learners both inside and outside formal academic settings.
  • Anthropology
  • Cultural Awareness/Competency
  • Culture...More
  • Democracy
  • Foreign Policy/International Affairs
  • International Relations
  • Language
  • Law and Politics
  • Multicultural
  • Sciences
  • Social Sciences
  • Technology
  • Video
  • World History
  • Worldwide global issues
  • Curriculum Supplements
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  • Professional Development
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  • Videos
  • Website
  • Worldwide

Model Diplomacy

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
Model Diplomacy offers free National Security Council (NSC) and UN Security Council (UNSC) simulations that present both historical and hypothetical scenarios based on real issues, with content informed by Council on Foreign Relations experts.
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  • Culture
  • Democracy...More
  • Diplomacy
  • Foreign Policy/International Affairs
  • Global/International Education
  • International Relations
  • Law and Politics
  • Multicultural
  • United Nations
  • Worldwide global issues
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  • Games
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  • Professional Development
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  • Simulations/Role Plays
  • Worldwide

Convene the Council

iCivics and the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
In Convene the Council, students play the role of president of the United States, navigating a range of U.S. foreign policy issues from the White House Situation Room. The game poses fictional foreign policy scenarios that resemble those in the real world and challenges students to use critical thinking skills to determine how the United States should respond based on recommendations from the presidents closest advisors.
  • Civic engagement
  • Culture
  • Democracy...More
  • Foreign Policy/International Affairs
  • Global/International Education
  • International Relations
  • Language
  • Law and Politics
  • Multilingual
  • U.S. Department of State
  • Worldwide global issues
  • E-learning
  • Games
  • Opportunities...More
  • Resources
  • Simulations/Role Plays
  • Americas
  • North America
  • United States
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