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 DVD includes an overview of child rights and personal stories from child labourers. This issue also looks at supply chains and the ways […]

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) as a case study and includes a DVD that explores the inequalities between Australia and our nearest international neighbour. This issues includes engaging visual […]

Get Connected: Global Citizenship

This issue helps students investigate the effects of globalisation in the world. Through case studies, activities and analysis of global organisations like World Vision and the United Nations, students explore what it means to be a global citizen. Role play and related activities help students understand the impact of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) on […]

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:

2023 Australian Videos for Change Competition

Young people have the creativity and capacity to contribute to a safer, more sustainable and inclusive world. Videos for Change is your opportunity to make a difference to a social issue you’re passionate about. Create a one-minute video that creates empathy, awareness and action on your chosen issue. Submit your video for the opportunity to […]

Attitudes towards Chinese migrants

Students explore in greater depth what life was like for Chinese immigrants who travelled to Australia in search of gold through comparison and analysis of images, identification of goldfield locations and examining their local community connections with Chinese people.

We come to Australia

This learning sequence explores migrant stories of Australians of Asian heritage. Students analyse these stories and reflect on those who come to Australia seeking better lives.

Working cross-culturally

In this learning sequence students will explore what’s happening in the Asian region in terms of their interests and possible career goals. Students will investigate case studies and personal stories of Australian and Asian professional connections and explore how schools can best prepare students for a successful career engaged in working across cultures.

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