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A new report released today sheds light on the profound challenges faced by families entrenched in disadvantage, with findings of unique strengths and resilience among Aboriginal participants despite the acute difficulties faced in overcoming hardship.
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This word base worksheet resource accompanies the PDF lesson plan designed to support lesson planning for teachers. Both resources are aimed at helping students better understand what people living in disadvantage/poverty go through and what can be done within our systems to change outcomes for them.
This resource is designed to support lesson planning for teachers, helping their students to better understand what people living in disadvantage/poverty go through and what can be done within our systems to change outcomes for them.
“My granddaughter has already endured it, so many years in her little life. Shes only four years old and shes got little four year olds coming up saying, you can’t play with us because you’re black”
Challenge Stigma and Discrimination is the third video in the ‘Change Series’; a five part video series focusing on how we can improve the systems that help people to exit disadvantage.
Listen to Sharlene, Damien and Len talk about their lived experiences of how stigma and discrimination impacts them and their family, and hear from Glenda Kickett (UWA, Lead Researcher) on the call to action to why we all need to be standing up and challenging this issue in ever space.
“As humans, we want to be listen to and we want to be understood. And when that isn’t, like, “normal” for someone’s life, yeah it [listening] can change someone’s life so substantially”
“Hear My Voice’ is the second video in the ‘Change Series’; a five part video series focusing on how we can improve the systems that help people to exit disadvantage.
Listen to Damien, Kim and Len talk about their lived experiences on the importance of having their voices heard and Mark Glasson’s (Anglicare WA CEO) call to action on why we all need to be listening to those with lived experience.