Together for Humanity offers resources and workshops for students and
teachers across Australia. Our programs address HSIE and PDHPE syllabus
outcomes. Your students will be able to join the 50,000 students who have
enjoyed and benefited from our programs.
Together for Humanity is now offering four programs for schools.
All programs are run by our teams of
Muslim, Jewish, Christian, and often indigenous presenters.
- Outside the Box:
Our signature presentation where students learn about diversity, commonality and question assumptions about identity.
A diverse group of 3-4 presenters engage with students to unpack the issues of diversity over a one-hour presentation.
- Programs suitable for years 3-12
- Comprises one hour presentation, and an option of a follow up workshops a few weeks apart.
- Assembly style, suitable for up to 150 students.
- Reaching Out - Inter-School Cross Cultural programs
The Reaching Out program offers a more in-depth experience.
Our diverse facilitators challenge and support your students
to work with their peers from other schools with backgrounds different from their own.
Two or more schools will come together for a minimum of one day once a term for four terms, to learn more about diversity.
- Program suitable for Years 5-12.
- Includes storytelling, values clarification, role play and problem solving.
- Expands cross cultural understanding, develops citizenship and communal responsibility.
- Builds real relationships across cultural and religious difference.
- Option to do joint service project, with ongoing support from Together for Humanity.
- Working it Out-Strategies for transforming conflict
Working it out teaches strategies for dealing with entrenched differences, bullying and conflict: cultural, political and social.
The program is adaptable for specific school issues and we work with teachers to develop a specific program for your school.
- Program suitable for Years 6-12.
- Considers fundamentals of conflict resolution and creative solutions.
- Sensitively approaches entrenched conflicts and develops listening skills, and techniques for self monitoring and reflection.
- Minimum of one full day + follow up.
- Standing your ground-Belonging and Identity
Knowing who you are, where you come from, what you believe in, what you strive for and what kind of world
you want to contribute to is the foundation of standing your ground.
The Belonging and Identity program has been created for students from marginalised, disadvantaged,
low Socio-Economic Status(SES) and/or isolated communities.
Addressing the needs of students who experience social and peer pressures, traumatic backgrounds, immigration, being a minority, or discrimination.
- Program suitable for Years 6-9, in a group size of up to 20.
- Offers a balance of relationship building and far reaching examination of important issues such as prejudice, identity, conflict, purpose and engagement.
- Minimum of three 1.5 hour workshops.
- To download a brochure, click here.
Concessions are available for high priority schools.
Our programs are adapted to unique school requirements.
Also, our programs were found to be "educationally effective" DR. J NAYLER, Independent evaluator, 2008
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Please click here to register your interest for a workshop.
Please see our Schools Brochure or,
for further details and pricing, contact us via:
Together for Humanity Presentations to Principals and Teachers are available on request
to demonstrate our approach, and to contribute to staff competency regarding cultural and religious based prejudice.