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Get Connected: Indigenous Australia

This issue explores the history of colonisation and case studies of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in urban and rural contexts across Australia working to effect positive change....

Examining Child Labour photo kit

Students are introduced to the topic of child labour through a series of worksheets and accompanying photos exploring the questions: What is child labour? What types of work do child labourers...

Confronting Hunger - 'The Strike'

Students are introduced to the scope and some of the challenges of addressing global hunger, through viewing a film clip about a young Australian who attempts to solve the problem using his heroic alter-ego...

Australia and the Pacific

In this 1-page resource, students are introduced to the Pacific Island nations. Using a map they identify the countries that make up Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. They then briefly consider Australia’s...

Get Connected: Water in the world

This issue focuses on the importance of access to clean, safe water for communities around the world. It explores water challenges facing Australia as well as case studies on Niger and Indonesia. This...

Get Connected: Child Rights

This issue helps students understand the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Child and explores a range of child rights issues around the world. It highlights a case study of child labour in India. The...

Family in Democratic Republic of Congo Poster

Poster of 9-year-old Prudence at school in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Poster includes a photo, and a quote from Prudence about how her Grandmother takes care of her. Posters can make excellent...

Convention on the Rights of the Child

Students are introduced to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. They categorise some of these rights under the headings of: survival; development; protection; and, participation. Using a diamond-ranking,...

Prayer in India Poster

Poster of 7-year-old Barisha in India, praying with her friends. Poster includes a photo and a quote from Barisha about her desire to become a teacher. Posters can make excellent discussion starters...

Lucy’s Story Reflection and Action

Learning about poverty can be emotionally challenging for some students. There are also a lot of interconnected issues to try and process. This activity provides students with an opportunity to reflect...