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#OutRight2020

OutRight 2020

Speak out on children’s rights
with OutRight!

Welcome to this six-week campaign course

Along the way, we will be learning, discussing, debating and interacting with each other. We will also be meeting with special guests from around the world. They will be guiding our thoughts, goals and actions throughout the course. Using this hub, you will find all the resources you need. Remember to stay respectful, honest and enthusiastic!

Completing the OutRight 2020 campaign course
Thank you and congratulations for joining this climate change campaign course. The detail of discussions and maturity of debate have been outstanding. Hopefully, you can now use what we have gained throughout the past six weeks to share your enthusiasm for sustainable behaviour and actions. We should keep up the momentum and in doing so take others with us on our way.

Validating your Chief or Queen’s Scout Award
This award can count towards the ‘values’ section of your award.

To validate your Platinum Chief Scout Award:

  • Attend all (at least 2) scheduled campaign sessions
  • Contribute to the sessions
  • Complete all (at least 2) campaign actions

To validate your Diamond Chief Scout Award:

  • Attend all (at least 4) scheduled campaign sessions
  • Contribute to the sessions
  • Complete all (at least 4) campaign actions

To validate your Queen’s Scout Award:

  • Attend all (at least 5) scheduled campaign sessions
  • Contribute to the sessions
  • Complete all campaign actions

Message from Cel Spellman


Session one

Introduction to OutRight & Global Goals

Special guest:
Solomon Odong’o Maxwell (Uganda)
UN Global Goals advisor to Ugandan Government

Campaign actions:

  • Encourage a fellow Explorer to join the course
  • Spread the campaign on social media
  • Research climate change and its impact
  • Complete the WWF Footprint Calculator and post your results below

Motivational music: (click to play)
Black Eyed Peas, Where Is The Love?
London Grammar, Californian Soil
Loyle Carner, Yesterday
Celeste, Stop This Flame

Browse and download the following resources:

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Welcome to OutRight 2020-21

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Climate Change Quiz

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Global Goal #6 (Clean water & sanitation)

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WWF Carbon Footprint Calculator

www.footprint.wwf.org.uk

Session two

World Children’s Day – 20th November

Special guests:
Kari Spence (UK)
Founder/CEO of Together in Sport

Deborah Mutuyimana (Rwanda)
Staff Lead of Women’s Space Vocational Hub
Together in Sport

Nisbah Hussain (UK)
Regional Commissioner for North West England Scouts

Campaign action:

Interview five people, asking them these six questions on climate change:

  • Is climate change caused by humans?
  • How is climate change affecting children’s rights?
  • How have you or your family been impacted by climate change?
  • What do you know about the UK Government’s approach to tackling climate change?
  • What have you done or could you do personally to reduce your carbon footprint?
  • If you could ask one question about climate change, what would you ask?

Motivational music: (click to play)
KOKOROKO, Baba Ayoola
Hope Tala, All My Girls Like To Fight
Liz Lawrence, Whoosh
Vistas, Everything Changes in the End

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Climate change & children's rights

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The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (full version)

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The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (short version)

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What do people think?

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The State of our Planet

Our Campaign Interviews

Session three

Climate & The Economy

Special guests:
Julie Park (Canada)
Manager of ESG Reporting and Investor Relations
TMX Group, Toronto

Cllr Kathryn Flavell (UK)
Portfolio for Children & Families
Cheshire East Council

Campaign actions:

  • Look around your house and pick up any item. Whether it’s your laptop, your mug, furniture, favourite clothes & accessories. This is where you choose where your money (or your parents’ money) goes. Are the companies that make these items responsible about their environmental impact and what are they doing to combat climate change?
  • “Make Your Mark”: Click here to cast your votes to the UK Youth Parliament

Motivational music: (click to play)
Michael Kiwanuka & Tom Misch, Money
Arctic Monkeys, 505 – Live
Lauren Faith, Feels
A. Smyth, River

Motivational message from Cel Spellman

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Climate & the economy - Two Facts

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The economic impact of global warming (Oxford Economics)

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TMX Group (Toronto) - ESG Report

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NEWS RELEASE - CEC Future Wonders Lab 2(002)

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Managing Your Stock

  • Enter what you found out about how the company that made the item are doing about their carbon footprint or to tackle climate change as a company

Session four

Scouts for Sustainable Development Goals

Special guest:
Craig Turpie
Chairperson, World Scout Committee

Campaign actions:

  • Make a personal pledge for 2021. This should be something you can achieve or work towards throughout the year. You should consider a goal that you can set to tackle climate change or a Sustainable Development Goal.

Motivational music: (click to play)
Eko Roosevelt, Tondoho Mba
The Lottery Winners, Headlock
Alex Preston & The Melody Men, Leave Your Worries Behind
Unknown P, Piers Morgan

Browse and download the following resources:

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UN Global Goals - Introduction

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My Pledge

  • For ideas: sdgs.scout.org/take-action
  • Enter what you pledge to do to make a difference to climate change or a Sustainable Development Goal. Consider yourself, your family, school, Explorer Unit or Young Leader section.

Session five

Taking Action

Special guest:

John Bowman (Scotland)
Mechanical Engineer & Natural World Enthusiast
Orbital Marine Power

Campaign actions:

  • Consider your lifestyle. Can you make any changes to make it more sustainable? Can you decide to act more positively and encouraging sustainable habits and behaviours?
  • Write a question you would like this campaign group to answer and debate next week.

Motivational music: (click to play)
Daði Freyr, Think About Things
Captives Glass Heart
Pale Waves, Change
ENNY & Jorja Smith, Peng Black Girls (Remix)

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Taking Action by John Bowman

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Your Questions

  • Enter either a question to ask the group or nominate a topic or theme you want to discuss on the last day of the campaign.

Session six

Voices of Youth

Special guests:
All campaign participants!

Campaign actions:

  • Tell people about our campaign, what we’ve discussed and who we’ve met
  • Look out for upcoming campaign activities and events

Motivational music: (click to play)
박혜진 Park Hye Jin & Nosaj Thing, CLOUDS
MzVee ft Kojo Funds, Falling
DEMOU, Sing Your Praises
Sigur Rós – Hoppípolla (Planet Earth II Mix)

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Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls