Use your voice - where you live

Time: Monday 12 November, 1100-1300
What issues affect your local neighbourhood? What issues affect your local neighbourhood?

In the first of our International Education Week debates, join World Class to share and discuss the issues where you live.

What do your pupils think is important? What does 'use your voice' mean to them? Are they already making their opinions heard?

For some pupils, getting access to fresh water is a problem, while others it might be concerned about climate change, or be actively campaigning on human rights issues. Whatever the issue, World Class wants to know about it.

Use your voice - what would you change?

In class, talk about your local issues before the debate, and come up with three important themes you would like to share with pupils around the world.

During the debate, you can email your thoughts to worldclass@bbc.co.uk - it's that easy.

Our debate guides will tell you all you need to know about taking part.

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