This free geography resource for secondary school teachers concentrates on disease to be taught as a self-contained unit or as part of wider unit of work such as world development goals, urbanisation, inequality or controversial issues

Living Geography is a resource designed for geography teachers which draws from recent school-focused research, and supports teachers in developing a concept-based curriculum that is relevant, purposeful and exciting for young people.

Edited by David Mitchell

David acknowledges thanks to the teachers of Wycombe High School, St Ivo School and all involved in GA’s Geography of Disease project who have developed these activity ideas.

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