ACTA Webinar: The Refugee Experience – Resources for Teachers
Dorothy Hoddinott, AO, Ambassador No Child Left Behind Campaign 2020 and Samuel Dariol, Refugee Council of Australia
Wednesday 28th October 2020, 7:00-8:00pm AEDT
‘Refugees’ describes the situation of people, but it doesn’t define who they are. Australia has many different refugee communities. Whether you are looking to learn more about refugees, you have a friend from that community, or you are teaching refugees and/or other students, the wealth of resources on the Refugee Council of Australia’s website is there for you. Click here to access the classroom resources for teachers.
Ways you can get more involved with advocacy around refugee and asylum issues:
1. Sign Refugee Council of Australia’s joint statement to ensure No Child Left Behind: https://www.nochildleftbehind.com.au/joint_statement
2. Sign up to Refugee Council of Australia and other peak advocacy groups: https://action.refugeecouncil.org.au/join
3. Sign up to Teachers for Refugees / Academics for Refugees Network
Academics for Refugees Network: www.academicsforrefugees.wordpress.com
4. Make a donation eg: RCOA, RACS, UNHCR, Public Education Foundation, ASRC.