Who we are
World’s Largest Lesson promotes use of the Sustainable Development Goals in learning so that children can contribute to a better future for all. We are a programme from Project Everyone.
What we do
We produce creative tools for educators and action focussed learning experiences for children and young people that build skills and motivation to take action for the SDGs.
Each year we create campaigns and challenges to keep student learning engaging and relevant. We support these with local activations to make sure no one is left behind.
We believe that education is key to delivering the promise of the Goals, so our resources are free, open source and translated into over 30 languages.
We stand alongside partners including UNICEF and UNESCO to advocate for Education for Sustainable Development and encourage the widespread use of the Goals through formal education systems.
We work with a diverse, global network that ranges from United Nations agencies to local youth networks so that everyone can take part.
Since 2015 we have brought the Global Goals to children all over the world. In 2019 we reached 17.9 million children located in over 160 countries.
Find out more
If you’re an educator or a parent that’s new to World’s Largest Lesson check out our Getting Started page.
If you know already about what we do and are looking for something new, try the Campaigns page to see what we’re doing.
If you work for an education organisation check out the Partners page to see who we work with, or the Impact page to see some of our past projects.