For Secondary Schools

Years 7/8  Dealing with Difference

This program challenges students to consider their own reactions, assumptions and perspectives when dealing with difference. They explore the implications of living in a diverse society, and reflect on their responsibilities as individuals and Australians.

Years 9/10  The Shaping of Our Diverse Nation

Students explore how immigration has shaped Australia, and the benefits and challenges it has brought. Sharing their personal stories, our presenters  issues relation to human well-being  and help students develop the skills needed to navigate diversity in the community and nation.

Years 11/12  Our Place in Our World

Drawing on their personal experience , our team of Jewish, Muslim and Christian presenters explore the impacts of assumptions,stereotypes and media portrayal of their cultural heritage and/or religious traditions. Students will critically reflect on their own experiences of navigating diversity and reflect on the challenges and benefits  of living and working in a culturally diverse society. In this frank and open program, presenters also welcome student questions regarding their religious practice and personal experiences through a Q & A session. .

Senior programs can be customised to focus on a number of topics including Intercultural  Communication skills and religious beliefs, practices and ethics for Studies of Religion, Society and Culture and Legal Studies students. We also offer Intercultural Communication programs targeted to school leaders and SRC teams that provide students with skills and tools to enable students to develop their ICU skills and guide their leadership in fostering more inclusive student communities.

Enquires: bookings@togetherforhumanity.org.au   or   (02) 9886 7414