"Kids in the House, Grade School - How a Bill Becomes a Law, A bill's journey from an idea to a law involves many steps and people. Just how many stops are there along the way? Come see."
A website aimed at kids which explains the process behind making a law in the USA. This gives students a global perspective and a chance to start drawing comparisons between the Australian system and other systems of government.
The House of Representatives has passed legislation recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the first inhabitants of Australia.
An article about the passing of the Recognition Act bill which can be used as an example for students of the process to creating and changing a law that is currently in the making. It also provides them with an Indigenous perspective.
Resources for students to explore and find information on the Australian Legal System, including how laws are made at the state and federal levels, how bills are passed and the structure of the Australian system of government.
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