The website of the Assembly of First Nations provides informative links to policy areas, resolutions, news and media, and AFN's stance on issues/changes affecting First Nations peoples. This site provides useful information in regard to Aboriginal human rights recognized internationally by the UN and nationally by Canada. It also offers an overview on the AFN Youth Council and its work in social development, the National Youth Summit, Tri-Council, and Forums.
The Public Health Agency of Canada provides many educational resources and activities on children's rights for children aged 4 and above. The site has a section for child and youth, parents and caregivers, as well as educators. There are also links to events across the country for National Child day.
The Promising Practices in Aboriginal Education website links visitors to educational resources that have been developed to explore Aboriginal culture from early childhood to professional development. The website includes promising practices to support education within Aboriginal communities and taking place across Canada, as well as documents about current issues facing Aboriginal communities.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has partnered to create many resources for teaching children and youth about human right and social justice. These include lesson plans, animated videos, presentations and various publications.
Taking IT Global hosts opportunities online to connect youth and causes through petitions, online games, resources and action guides. There are many examples on this website of creative ways others have made a difference as well as ideas of how to spread the word about your campaign and engage community members.