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Nutrition, child and maternal health in Papua New Guinea

This section addresses the relationship between nutrition, child and maternal health. It explores the impact of poor nutrition and other factors impacting child and maternal health. It also examines...

Global citizenship – peace building

In this 2-page resource, students read two short case studies about World Vision peace building projects with young people from communities in Lebanon, and in Sri Lanka. Students consider what these...

We live in a diverse world: Indonesia (Years 6-10)

This chapter provides an excellent background overview of Indonesia and Australia’s links with the country. This is essential for all units in Years 6–10 and especially the Year 6 unit...

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in Indonesia (Years 6-10)

Jacqui de Lacy (Head of DFAT Indonesia) discusses the reasons for and effectiveness of government and non-government programs to improve human wellbeing. Indonesia is the major recipient of Australian...

Water and human wellbeing (Years 7, 10)

This case study examines the environmental, social and economic importance of water, and issues of scarcity and management. It is a valuable resource for the Year 7 unit Water in the world and...

Urbanisation and human wellbeing (Years 8, 10)

This case study examines the challenges of human wellbeing and urbanisation, especially in the megacity of Jakarta. It is a valuable resource for the Year 8 unit Changing Nations, the Year 10 unit...

The refugee journey

This 2-page resource outlines the common phases in the journey undertaken by refugees as they leave their homes. It includes an example of the journey of Phong Nguyen, a refugee from Vietnam now living...

Get Connected: Food Security

This issue of Get Connected: Food Security is FREE to download. It explores issues of food insecurity and how global citizens respond to these challenges. Inside you’ll find up-to-date case studies...

Get Connected: Climate Change

This issue looks at how humans interact with the physical environment, with a focus on greenhouse emissions and deforestation. How does climate change impact those living in developing countries and...

Get Connected: Migration - People on the move

This issue explores voluntary and forced migration, including push/pull factors. Using personal stories, factual information and activities, students examine different types of migration with a particular...