The contributions of Refugees in Australia 

Via roads-to-refuge.com.au Refugees bring amazing strengths, knowledge, wisdom, resilience, and lived histories to their newly settled lives. They are survivors Most people who seek refuge in Australia resettle into communities and go on to lead successful and happy lives. People who have escaped conflict situations are often resilient and hard working despite the challenges they […]

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Whats it like to be a refugee?

Last year The Guardian UK gave children from Britain the opportunity to ask other child refugees across the world questions about the refugee crisis and what their lives were like. This video cuts out the blur and statistics that the media are reporting and instead brings it all back to humanity connecting, the only way only […]

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Our Languages Matter ~ NAIDOC Week

This week is NAIDOC week. The one week each year when Australia does celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Annual NAIDOC events are run in most towns and cities across the country, inviting the community to come celebrate and learn about Indigenous culture. The theme of this year’s […]

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Six books for NAIDOC Week

(Via splash.abc.net.au) In the lead up to Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week, Reading Australia has put together a brilliant list of Australian books and teaching guides to help primary and secondary students explore Indigenous and Islander themes.  There are two key weeks dedicated to celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and history, and raising […]

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NAIDOC week 2017…

Did you know Australia is a land of many countries? It is an ancient continent with perhaps the oldest culture, languages and people on earth. The ‘Australia’ of 2017 is worlds apart from the big vast land that existed pre 1788. Lets spend the week as Mini Global Ctizens seeking to understand more about our […]

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