A boy looking up at the screen with a lit up world map showing Africa and Australia.

Seeking Refuge

What
Online
When
Terms 1-4, Virtual program
Mon–Wed

Webinar
Term 2: 21 Jun, 1pm (Special for Refugee Week)
Term 3: Mon 29 Aug, 1pm
Term 4: Mon 21 Nov, 1pm
Year level
Years 9-12
Cost
Virtual Program
$90 per 30 students + booking fee
Webinar
$55 per school + booking fee
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Booking information
Bookings (03) 9927 2754

A virtual program exploring issues of asylum, refugee status, and Australia’s settlement policies.

People have been seeking refuge in Australia for over 100 years. Since 1945, Australia has accepted many refugees and displaced persons for resettlement.

In this virtual program, students will learn from the personal stories of asylum seekers and the reasons why someone may choose to leave their home country.

With a focus on Australia’s resettlement policies and the role of UNHCR, students will uncover the human rights of asylum seeker and refugees.

This program will run as a 45 minute virtual session. For more information on how virtual sessions are run, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Curriculum links

  • Humanities – History: Level 10
  • Intercultural Capability: Level 9 and 10
  • Ethical Capability: Level 9 and 10
  • Civics and Citizenship: Level 9 and 10

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