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Join your organisation to the Learn Our Truth campaign

You've watched In My Blood it Runs and you are shocked, sad and maybe even angry, about the version of Australian history still taught in our schools. 

We're inviting your organisation to join young Dujuan, the filmmakers, First Nations-led organisations and World Vision in a fight for truth and equity to be the foundation of our education system.

We know that First Nations experiences through time and the full impact of colonisation is silenced in many classrooms around the country. We are calling for the public to #LearnOurTruth, and together build communities grounded in a better understanding of our shared past.


If you believe every Australian child must learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culture and history in school... please join us!

Welcome to Learn Our Truth

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3 Reasons why World Vision is partnering with In My Blood It Runs.


  1. We partner with First Nations people and organisations to reduce inequality and cultural disconnection around Australia. We see first-hand how important connection to culture is to the wellbeing of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

  2. 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.

  3. Inspired by Dujuan's story, we jumped at the opportunity to partner with the filmmakers and other impact partners. Together, we invite you to use In My Blood It Runs to start important conversations and challenge the structural systems which are unfairly disadvantaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait children.

What's next? 

  • We're inviting you to be part of the #LearnOurTruth campaign led by the National Indigenous Youth Education Coalition in collaboration with In My Blood It Runs documentary, BE. Collective Culture and Young Mob – a part of World Vision’s Australia First Nations Program.