Passionate junior school students at Donvale Christian College have raised over $16,000 so that other children, just like them but living in poverty, can go to school.
Reliable information helps students ask the right questions.
We have found a helpful online resource for reliable global data for you and your students.
What do classrooms look like around the world? Some are very different to what we are used to here in Australia.
Here are some examples from the countries where we (INA) work in Africa and Asia, with some worksheets to download for your students.
Are teachers equipped for multicultural classrooms?
New research indicates a 'one-size-fits-all' pre-service training may leave gaps in teacher capacity to deal with modern multicultural classrooms.
Here's some ideas on how to foster cultural inclusivity.
Children in India's slums are offered a chance to change the lives of themselves and their families...but there's a catch, they have pass the Mensa test and prove they are geniuses.
Harmony Day and Cultural Diversity Week are over for this year, but that doesn't mean the teaching about cultural understanding and inclusion stops.
If you're anything like us, you're probably just glad to have made it through 2016 and planning 2017 is not really right at the top of 'things you want to do'. So, here is a helpful list of dates to assist you!
The Just One Day team at International Needs Australia wants to say a massive THANK YOU to all the participating schools this year.
What does Intercultural Understanding really mean?
Education is key to addressing gender-based inequalities and exclusions which exist around the world.
Education is a major priority area for global development.