How we interact as individuals and a society. Expressing our stories and perspectives on social issues like racism, sexism and inequalities around the world.
Most of us just wish the government realised that they can help shape a future for Australia that remains full of vibrant multiculturalism, rather than one that is full of division and marginalisation.
This is the first article in a three-part series. Part II will explore the structure of the educational systems in Australia’s English-speaking counterparts, the US and the UK, and how these better align with the economic and social priorities of their respective nations. Part III will use these insights in an attempt to paint a broad picture of what an ideal Australian secondary and tertiary education system could possibly look like.