I work for an educational charity that runs an online learning community, called Rafi.ki
(the Swahili word for friend) for schools around the world that helps students share ideas and work together for a brighter future. It is free for all non-UK schools to join - it contains communication tools and cross-curricular projects around global issues, and is safe and moderated.
We are currently running a project called "BLOOD DIAMONDS" where students learn how their choices as consumers can affect people's lives, especially in areas that are struggling with so-called "conflict resources" such as Gold, Diamonds, or Coltan (which is highly relevant for the conflict in the DRC right now). If anybody would like more information, or knows any schools in the DRC (or elsewhere) who might like to join this project, please get in contact!www.rafi.ki
(for secondary schools) and www.rafi.ki/kidogo