22 May is INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY. Halting biodiversity loss is a global priority, but action towards the preservation of biodiversity takes place at the local level. Teachers, students and community can work together to recognise this incredible responsibility and create paths of learning, understanding and action to preserve and protect the world’s biodiversity.
Education about and through cultural diversity is TRANSFORMATIVE education. The OWC has a range of resources that can support the creation of teaching and learning environments and activities which promote cultural diversity for dialogue and development.
National Reconciliation Week 2016 The theme of National Reconciliation Week 2016 is Our History, Our Story, Our Future. Our History urges us to consider the consequences of Australian laws, practices and policies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It seeks a commitment to ensure that past wrongs are not repeated. Our Story is about the importance of Continue Reading