Learn about how the people working on the construction of FIFA World Cup™ 2022 stadiums performed their jobs in challenging conditions, and how the SC introduced various initiatives to promote and ensure worker safety – both at FIFA World Cup™ 2022 sites and beyond the event. Ages: 15-17 Subjects: Social Studies, English, Arabic
Discover the initiatives introduced by the SC to ensure that the people working on FIFA World Cup™ 2022 construction sites were kept safe and comfortable, despite the challenging environment. See how those safety initiatives will leave a lasting legacy of worker welfare in Qatar and in the region.
Presentation: Worker Welfare
Visual aids to assist with students' learning, on-screen discussion questions and hidden teacher notes to help with delivery.
Create a Community
Explore what is needed for a community hub to be sustainable, vibrant and flourishing, and learn about the ways in which the new FIFA World Cup™ infrastructure is helping to build new communities in Qatar. Ages: 12-14. Subjects: Citizenship, Geography.
Discover how Generation Amazing is using the power of football to inspire positive social change to people in Qatar and across the world, giving them the skills and confidence to sustainably uplift their communities from the inside
Training Sites into Greenhouses
Learn about how football training sites in Qatar are being transformed into greenhouses and used to grow fresh fruits and vegetables. Ages: 13-15. Subjects: Science, Citizenship, Physical Education.
Find out how the Challenge 22 competition is helping to push innovation in the field of assistive technology, and how this is changing the way people experience sport in Qatar and around the world. Ages: 16-18. Subjects: Design and Technology, Science, Citizenship, Business.
This toolkit highlights how The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy is building leadership skills through the Generation Amazing programme, using this as the basis for introducing students to recognising and developing leadership skills in their own lives.