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These resources are designed to help teachers connect their students with Aboriginal culture, history and strength in their local community. They also help educators vercome obstacles and develop new practices to help students discover the history and culture of their local area, and this land as a whole.
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 issue looks at the relationship between water, health, food security and gender in these communities. Students examine different perspectives and opportunities for active citizenship. The issue […]
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 DVD includes an overview of child rights and personal stories from child labourers. This issue also looks at supply chains and the ways […]
This resource explores issues of food insecurity and how global citizens respond to these challenges. Inside you’ll find up-to-date case studies from Bangladesh and Timor-Leste, a debate on genetically modified crops and a food supply chain. This resource also features written and digital texts, photographs, a climate graph, map reading and cloze activities that help […]
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 how is the world responding? This issue includes a DVD and explores natural disasters, water and health, agriculture, migration and biodiversity. It uses case studies […]
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 focus on refugees. This includes considering their journey, the conventions and treaties that seek to protect refugees, and the role of government and non-government organisations (NGOs).
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 difference between hazards and disasters, and their social, economic and environmental impacts. It also examines ways that humans prepare for disasters and […]
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 persuasion texts – including posters, cartoons, speeches, and digital and written texts – and learn about major social issues at the same time. They are also encouraged to create […]
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) as a case study and includes a DVD that explores the inequalities between Australia and our nearest international neighbour. This issues includes engaging visual […]