INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT AGENCY is the only Australian development agency entirely focussed on women's rights and gender equality. It's vision is for a just, equitable and sustainable world for women. IWDA works in many Asian countries.
Global Education resources created by children - Cultural Connections is a new, free Global Education resource by ChildFund Australia. It has been developed to support the Australian Curriculum’s focus on intercultural understanding.
This unit of work, Words to unite us, allows students to explore the complex theme of a common humanity, using the picture story books Whoever You Are, written by Mem Fox and illustrated by Leslie Staub, Mirror by Jeannie Baker, and The Little Refugee by Anh Do and Suzanne Do and illustrated by Bruce Whatley.
Whoever You Are shows that despite the differences between people around the world, there are similarities that unite us, such as pain, joy and love. Mirror, with two parts designed to be read simultaneously, shows that despite differences families are essentially the same. The Little Refugee tells of Anh Do’s family’s escape from Vietnam and his life as a child in Australia. The story speaks of hope, resilience, friendship, love and enterprise.
marthistory at Khan Academy is the leading open educational resource for art history. We make high-quality introductory art history content freely available to anyone, anywhere. Smarthistory is a platform for the discipline where art historians contribute in their areas of expertise and learners come from across the globe. We offer nearly 500 videos and these are being translated into dozens of languages. Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker created Smarthistory and are the Executive Editors. Videos are also available on Khanacademy.org and the Khan Academy app. Smarthistory and Khan Academy are 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporations.
Students learn about Angkor Wat and its place in Cambodian, and Southeast Asian, history. Students attempt to “read” the temple, in a way which resembles the reading of a primary document, to gain insight into this history.
The SurfAid International Schools Program, supported by Billabong, is an education program providing online delivery of free educational resources. It gives students an opportunity to learn about the geography, economy, culture, health and living conditions of the 74,000 people of the Mentawai Islands. Students and teachers can examine important global issues, raising their social awareness and encouraging them to become better global citizens.
This module looks at how wellbeing is measured and the status of wellbeing in India and Bhutan. Students will gain insight into the complexity of determining wellbeing indices and the role they play when measuring economic development.
Immigration Nation - When the Commonwealth of Australia was founded in 1901, the very last thing the nation wanted to be was multicultural. The measures taken to ensure this would be the case not only caused great human suffering, but in a supreme historical irony, actually helped create the very threat Australia feared the most – invasion from the Asian north.
The Immigration Nation: The Secret History of Us SBS series explores Australia's history from the White Australia policy to multiculturalism.
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