SIEU2328 The Uluru Statement and the Voice (secondary)
Constitutional recognition through a Voice to Parliament will empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, allowing them to take ownership and responsibility for the challenges that they face, and work constructively with governments from any political party to develop the laws and policies needed to Close the Gap.’ (https://www.fromthe heart.com.au) As teachers we have a professional obligation under AITSL standard 2.4.2 to teach about the Uluru Statement and a Voice to Parliament. In this session the presenter will explore the issues around the Uluru Statement and the Voice to Parliament and outline the teaching resources available for the classroom. This session will focus on secondary classrooms across many subjects.
Presented by Rachel Bos