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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....

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...

Get Connected: Disasters Immersion Activity Lesson Plan

This resource outlines a lesson plan for an immersion activity exploring the topic of disasters, using the education resource Get Connected: Disasters. The lesson will required some preparation beforehand,...

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...

Get Connected: Disasters

The world is facing disasters on a record scale – since 2000, disasters have killed an average of 98,000 people each year and destroyed the livelihoods of millions more. This issue explores the...

Get Connected: Persuading the world

This issue explores persuasion texts and six important global issues: gender, child labour, refugees, health, inequality and climate change. Students identify the structure and language features of...

Get Connected: Global Inequalities

We live in an unequal world. This issue helps students understand the nature of global inequality in wealth, food, education, health and access to water and sanitation. It examines East Timor (Timor-Leste)...