In My Blood It Runs - Free School Screenings

What's your school doing for National Reconciliation Week in 2020? 

World Vision and In My Blood It Runs is giving schools the opportunity to run a free screening of the film for their staff and students.

World Vision partners with First Nations communities around the country. Our aim is to build a brighter future for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders through our community-led Early Childhood and Young Mob youth leadership programs.

In the lead up to hosting a screening of the film, you can invite a World Vision representative to talk to students and staff at your school about our work (subject to school location and staff availability.)

Parents: Share this page with a teacher or staff member at school to fill out.

School teachers/staff: Register your school's interest using the below form and a World Vision staff member will contact you.

 

Education Pack

Schools registering to watch the movie for free during National Reconciliation Week (27 May –  3 Jun 2020) also receive a complimentary Education Pack containing discussion points to use in class following the film's screening.

They ask us to make our children ready for school, but why can’t we make schools ready for our children - Margaret Kemarre Turner, Arrernte Elder and Film Advisor
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In My Blood It Runs Poster

Why partner with this film?

World Vision is dedicated to providing young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a platform to call for self-determination and systemic policy changes. We work with First Nations people every day around Australia to reduce inequality and cultural disconnection and have seen first-hand how important connection to culture is to the wellbeing of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

We were so inspired by Dujuan's story, we jumped at the opportunity to partner with the filmmakers and other impact partners who are using In My Blood It Runs to challenge the structural systems which are unfairly disadvantaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait children.

What's next? 

  • The film has already become critically acclaimed at multiple film festivals around the world.
  • In My Blood It Runs has had several Parliamentary screenings
  • Dujuan has taken his message to the United Nations Human Rights Council check it out
  • After you've watched the film, stay tuned for more opportunities to take actions for justice with Dujuan.