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Civics | Welcome

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The Civics and Citizenship Education website provides teaching and learning resources relating to all aspects of the democratic process in Australia. A DEST funded project.
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Racism. No Way.: Key Dates

Racism. No Way.: Key Dates | Humanities Resources | Scoop.it
This website aims to tackle racism in schools in Australia, through providing teachers, school students, parents and governors with games, research and lesson ideas that explore the causes and effects of racism for practical use in the classroom.

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This website contains different activities and fact sheets along with many other teaching resources to help educate children about racism.

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Resources from the NSW Department of Education and Communities to tackle racism in schools and communities.

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One Guy With A Marker Just Made The Global Warming Debate Completely Obsolete

One Guy With A Marker Just Made The Global Warming Debate Completely Obsolete | Humanities Resources | Scoop.it
Doing the math for the human race never seemed easier.
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Indigenous leaders urge change - The Australian

Indigenous leaders urge change - The Australian | Humanities Resources | Scoop.it
Indigenous leaders urge change The Australian ABORIGINAL leaders from eight regions around Australia have united to call for both parties to commit before the election to structural changes to indigenous affairs aimed at ending disadvantage and...
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This is an article from The Australian newspaper about local indigenous leaders urging political leaders before the election to commit to major structual changes to do with disadvantaged aboriginal communities and allowing the people of these communities have more of a say as to what happens in the community.

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