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How did we get here? (Lower primary 3 to 4)

01 Aug 2012 | Staff

A lower primary version of the article ‘How did we get here?’


How did we get here? (Upper primary 5 to 6)

01 Aug 2012 | Staff

An upper primary version of the article ‘How did we get here?’


Facing a moral dilemma

13 Dec 2011 | Michael McVeigh

Facing a moral dilemma We asked some students at St Patrick's College in Shorncliffe, Queensland, to write about a moral dilemma they have faced.


Putting your hand up

04 Aug 2011 | Zach Woodward

Putting your hand upZach Woodward's passion for helping others has seen him involved in many community and fundraising initiatives, including the St Vincent de Paul Buddies Program and the Passionists' social justice group, all while studying a Bachelor of Education (Primary) at Australian Catholic University (ACU). A guest speaker at ACU 's Social Justice Youth Forum in Brisbane earlier this year, we asked Zach to explain why other young people should also be passionate about these issues.


Small steps, large strides

04 Aug 2011 | Nicola Nemaric

Small steps, large stridesYour own acts of generosity can seem inconsequential when your favourite singer has just secured 30,000 signatures for an Oxfam petition or pledged seven figures to a Haiti relief fund. Can our contributions really make a difference? One 16-year-old demonstrates that youth and lack of fame needn't be a barrier.


Setting the chickens free

04 Aug 2011 | Christopher Navarro

Setting the chickens freeLiving a just life means also being aware of how the products we consume are produced.


This restaurant rules

04 Aug 2011 | Nicola Nemaric

This restaurant rulesNicola Nemaric visits Lentil As Anything, where social outreach and dining go hand in hand .


Would you like to make a difference?

04 Aug 2011 | Ariana Garotti

Would you like to make a differenceFifty years ago, if someone wanted to make a difference they would go out on the streets and make themselves heard. These days we have other alternatives. You can provide support to people around the world from the comfort of your own home, with just a few clicks of a mouse.


A day in the life

04 Aug 2011 | Natasha Meyer

A day in the lifeTaking a look at a day through the eyes of a child in Africa and a child in Australia.


Not-so-innocent bystanders

04 Aug 2011 | Josh Hague-Thompson

Not-so-innocent bystandersBullying is a justice issue. Standing up for people being persecuted is just as important when it happens in the playground.


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