Our Shared Past in the Mediterranean: World history resources for teaching about the role of the Mediterranean as a commercial and cultural ecosystem in past eras, as well as lesson materials on the present and prospects for the future.
PRIME: Textbook created by Palestinian and Israeli educators. Includes both Palestinian and Israeli historical narratives on the creation of Israel.
Is Peace Possible?: Four short videos on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict from The Atlanticand the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace.
BCC Timeline of the Conflict: This timeline covers ancient times up until the present day (as far as 2005). It includes key dates of recent Middle East history, and looks back at the origins and development of the conflict.
Just Vision: Resources highlighting the power and potential of Palestinians and Israelis working together through nonviolent means.
Virtual Tour of devastation in Syria by Amnesty InternationalVr Videos by Doctors Without Borders about plight of refugees around the world
Arab Refugee Lives: Oral History Lesson Plans: Through these two lessons, students will gain a greater understanding of the various challenges that refugees from Syria and Iraq face. Sanaa Domat’s Story(Syria), Sufyan A’s Story(Iraq). Oral histories were collected by students at Duke University, and are part of the Refugee Lives Oral History Project.
Divided By The Sea Short Videos: UNC’s Vimy Global Teamtraveled to southern Italy to document the complex struggles of incoming migrants and the local population so often overlooked by mainstream media. Interactive maps, stories of individuals, great photos, and short videos to use in your classroom!