This curriculum resource is based on an SBS Learn resource, developed in partnership with Reconciliation Australia. It is shaped around six short clips from the documentary film, We Don’t Need a Map. As well as exploring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander understandings of, and relationships to, the Southern Cross constellation, We Don’t Need a Map […]
National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a chance for all of us to take renewed action to spark a change in our schools, workplaces and communities—no matter how big or small. Each year Reconciliation Australia selects a different theme to celebrate NRW. The theme for NRW 2016 is Our History, Our Story, Our Future. In this […]
Our History, Our Story, Our Future is derived from The State of Reconciliation in Australia report, which asks all Australians to reflect on our national identity, and the place of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and rights in our nation’s story.
The right to protection from persecution and conflict is established in international law. But many refugees in the UK are often forced to live apart from their families and loved ones. These resources enable young people to learn about the lives and experiences of refugees in the UK and lead a campaign calling on young […]
The following assembly ideas get learners thinking about justice, equity, and sustainability. Topics include reducing waste, co-operation, our links with others across the world, diversity, and local and global news. There is also an assembly calendar to help you keep up-to-date with hot topics.
COVID-19 has prompted many of us to reconsider our connections with those around us and what we value the most in life. It has also made many people think about how we can work together to create a fairer and more sustainable future for all. Updated for 2021, the following activities can be used to […]
A collection of activity ideas and useful links to encourage children to think about what it means to learn and the right to education for everyone.
Focusing on West Africa, this teaching resource will guide learners through an exploration of aspects of the culture, history and experiences of people in Benin, Mali and Senegal, and of how music can be used to express people’s voices.
How can music be used to help us have our say? How can it help us explore something we’re passionate about? How can it be used to exercise our freedom of speech? Join the MoAD Learning team as we answer these questions by examining the events of the Vietnam Moratorium. Use the following podcast, Spotify […]
Discover the topics that underpin democracy.