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Mahdi’s birthday
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The playground
“She’s a girl”
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Credits

Concept and Production

All Together Now

Funding Partners

Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation

UNAOC and BMW Group through the Intercultural Innovation Award

Scientific Advisory Board

Professor Melanie Killen Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland, USA

Professor Fiona White , School of Psychology, The University of Sydney, Australia

Dr Naomi Priest, Centre for Social Research and Methods, Australian National University

Laura Elenbaas, Ph.D. Doctoral candidate, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland, USA.

Michael T. Rizzo, Ph.D. Doctoral candidate, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland, USA.

Consultation

NSW Department of Education; Community Reference Group comprising teachers with expertise in multicultural education.

Digital Development

Longtail

Writing

Gabiann Marin of Telltales Script and Story Development

Digital Illustration

Sarah Gleeson of Meekins Designs

Audio Recording

Peter Kennard of Different Drum Studio

Voice

Naomi Vaughan

Info

All Together Now is a national Australian charity dedicated to reducing racism through education.

School is the predominant location for racism to occur among children, with the majority of perpetrators being other students (Centre for Multicultural Youth 2014).

Response data from the national Kids Helpline in Australia reveals that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, and students from language backgrounds other than English, were much more likely to experience bullying at school than other students.

Social science and public health research has linked racism to various morbidities, especially relating to mental health (Paradies et al. 2015).

At All Together Now, our response to this problem is to provide an evidence-based web app in order to teach students how to identify and challenge non race-based and race-based exclusion resulting in positive behavioural change.

If you have experienced, witnessed or are concerned about racial discrimination at school you can talk to a teacher, a parent, carer or other family member, or a trusted friend. You can also talk to someone at Kids Helpline by calling 1800 55 1800.

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