Help re-write Australia’s first ‘fake news’ with this interactive documentary produced by SBS.
Students are introduced to a process of truth telling. Truth-telling about past injustices has long been used as a starting point for coming to terms with a period of conflict, upheaval or injustice. These processes promote awareness of the historical and ongoing impact of past actions, and encourage all sides to forge ahead in a reconciled and peaceful way.
Students are encouraged to examine why truth telling and historical acceptance are important to progressing reconciliation in Australia?
Students also explore the importance of voice, asking themselves again; Who is doing the telling? They are also empowered in an interactive experience by changing the story.
Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools and Early Learning curriculum resource
Many of these resources and activities have been developed in consultation with NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) to ensure that the program meets NSW curriculum outcomes for Stages 3, 4 & 5.
What we do
Reconciliation NSW aims to create a reconciled, just and equitable community for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians. We work to inform, support and inspire people to engage in reconciliation.