1. Work of the charity: Why you chose your charity; a clear statement about the work of the selected charity, the results and outputs and the benefits it delivers (rather than just the activities of the charity). How effective do you think it is?
2. Engagement with the charity: Evidence that you have worked closely with your charity.
3. Case Study: How the chosen charity has helped someone.
4. International Development: Which issues do youngsters in the area served by your charity face on a daily basis? How can the Sustainable Development Goals seek to measure progress on these issues?
5. Advocacy for the work of the charity and/ or international development: This looks at how you, as world-citizens, have used your voice to raise awareness, or to press for change. You could do this, for example, by setting up a website, engaging with a politician, contributing to a newsletter or online forum, or writing in mainstream or social media. In doing this, you could focus narrowly on your project, or tackle a wider theme relevant to the project (eg fair trade or child labour), or poverty/underdevelopment in general.
You will also be awarded marks for creating an original, engaging and creative multi-media presentation