MOTION 518 PART (d) (ii)

(d) requests that the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority: (ii) gives consideration to the inclusion of National Sorry Day, past forcible removal policies and other relevant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander historical events in the…Read More

MOTION 518 PART (d) (i)

(c) recognises that, for the time, the history of forcible removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children is included as a mandated and distinct component of the new national curriculum in grade 10; and (d) requests that the Australian Curriculum,…Read More

MOTION 518 PART (C)

(c) recognises that, for the time, the history of forcible removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children is included as a mandated and distinct component of the new national curriculum in grade 10; and

THE MOTION 518, PARTS (a) and (b)

Senator SIEWERT: I move the motion as amended:That the Senate— (a) acknowledges the concern of many members of the Australian public who have signed the National Sorry Day Committee petition calling for improvements to the new national history curriculum; (b)…Read More

POSITIVE OUTCOMES

Co-Chairs of NSDC had a constructive meeting with the Federal Minister for Education, Peter Garrett this week, and last month with ACARA head of Curriculum Development Rob Randall.NSDC is very pleased with added support from the National Congress of…Read More

MOTION PASSED IN THE SENATE - YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!

Dear Cause Members the motion of the Stolen Generation​s/ Aboriginal history in the National Schools Curriculum was passed in the Senate. This motion was put by the Greens (Senator Siewert) yesterday and passed with support from Labor. Thanks to all of you…Read More

THE DAY IS HERE

Hello fellow cause members, Thank you all so much for your support and sharing, it has brought our cause membership to 137 off our target of 7000, I have confidence that we can still reach it by the time the Motion is put by Senator Rachel Siewert and the…Read More
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