Table of contents for The teen guide to global action : how to connect with others (near and far) to create social change / Barbara A. Lewis.

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Contents
Introduction
What's Happening Around the World?
Why Are More Youth Today Involved in Service and Social Action?
How to Use This Book
Make Your Difference
Four Steps to Global Action
1. Find Your Cause
2. Research Your Cause
3. Plan Your Action
4. Take Action 
Connecting with Others
Why Work with a Group?
Should I Join a Group or Form My Own?
Joining a Group
Forming a Group
Human Rights
What Are the Facts?
Keep It Local
Take It Global
Hunger and Homelessness
What Are the Facts?
Keep It Local
Take It Global
Health and Safety
What Are the Facts?
Keep It Local
Take It Global
Education
What Are the Facts?
Keep It Local
Take It Global
Environment and Conservation
What Are the Facts?
Keep It Local
Take It Global
Youth Representation
What Are the Facts?
Keep It Local
Take It Global
Peace and Friendship
What Are the Facts?
Keep It Local
Take It Global
Resources
Index
About the Author 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social action -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Social action -- International cooperation -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Young volunteers.
Teenage volunteers in social service.
Teenagers -- Political activity.