Josie and Jacob's Have Your Say speeches
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Josie and Jacob's Have Your Say speeches

Clip from Looking for Alibrandi

Civics and citizenship

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Kate Woods directs this AFI-winning coming-of-age story where Pia Miranda stars as a high school girl growing up in a broken but loving home with Italian traditions who finds ...

Kate Woods directs this AFI-winning coming-of-age story where Pia Miranda stars as a high school girl growing up in a broken but loving home with Italian traditions who finds love and heartbreak in one of the most difficult years of her life. This dilemma leads to the discovery of her father's (Anthony LaPaglia) identity and a deeper understanding of her mother (Greta Scacchi). She comes to terms with her background and romantic interests.

Trump tweets CNN 'bashing' GIF
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Trump tweets CNN 'bashing' GIF

Clip from Media Watch

Civics and citizenship

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Australia's leading forum for media analysis and comment, presented by one of Australia's most respected journalists Paul Barry.

Australia's leading forum for media analysis and comment, presented by one of Australia's most respected journalists Paul Barry.

Eddie's young family is left on the street
1:36

Eddie's young family is left on the street

Clip from Mabo

Civics and Citizenship

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This telemovie tells the story of Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo, the Torres Strait Islander, who left school at 15, yet spearheaded the High Court challenge that overthrew the fiction of ...

This telemovie tells the story of Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo, the Torres Strait Islander, who left school at 15, yet spearheaded the High Court challenge that overthrew the fiction of terra nullius. It traces Koiki's life, through his early exile from his beloved Murray Island, his years of working on the trochus trawlers and the outback railways, to his decision to embrace activism. It also tells of his struggles to begin a school specifically for Aboriginal and Islander children.

Muslim woman describes racial abuse
3:11

Muslim woman describes racial abuse

Clip from Australia With Simon Reeve

Civics and citizenship

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Simon Reeve travels down the east coast to Sydney and Melbourne on the final part of his Australian journey. Simon's trip begins in Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. Behind ...

Simon Reeve travels down the east coast to Sydney and Melbourne on the final part of his Australian journey. Simon's trip begins in Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. Behind the sun and surf, this area has become the organised crime capital of Australia.

A young family is left on the street
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A young family is left on the street

Clip from Mabo

Civics and Citizenship

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This telemovie tells the story of Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo, the Torres Strait Islander, who left school at 15, yet spearheaded the High Court challenge that overthrew the fiction of ...

This telemovie tells the story of Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo, the Torres Strait Islander, who left school at 15, yet spearheaded the High Court challenge that overthrew the fiction of terra nullius. It traces Koiki's life, through his early exile from his beloved Murray Island, his years of working on the trochus trawlers and the outback railways, to his decision to embrace activism. It also tells of his struggles to begin a school specifically for Aboriginal and Islander children.

Measuring racism in Australia
1:10

Measuring racism in Australia

Clip from Is Australia Racist?

Civics and citizenship

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One in five Australians has experienced racism in the last 12 months according to one of the biggest ever surveys conducted on racism and prejudice in Australia, commissioned ...

One in five Australians has experienced racism in the last 12 months according to one of the biggest ever surveys conducted on racism and prejudice in Australia, commissioned by SBS with the Western Sydney University. Ray Martin investigates the question: Is Australia Racist? This one hour documentary puts survey findings into action through a series of hidden camera social experiments, capturing the experience of racism through the eyes of those who have suffered it. The results are at times confronting, but 'Is Australia Racist?' also reveals inspiring Australians facing up to racism and standing up when witnessing discrimination.

Sharing brings us closer together...
3:42

Sharing brings us closer together...

Clip from Michael Mosley's Meet The Humans

Civics and citizenship

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Dr Michael Mosley puts human behaviour under the microscope in this bold series that uses the latest scientific studies to explore the evolutionary factors and animal ...

Dr Michael Mosley puts human behaviour under the microscope in this bold series that uses the latest scientific studies to explore the evolutionary factors and animal instincts that drives human behaviour. A plush country house is fixed with surveillance cameras while a group of unwitting test subjects - former pupils of a UK school - are first exposed to youthful memories to test if it can improve their health. This episode looks at how we behave in groups and puts our notions of hierarchy to the test.

Syrian refugees in Beqaa Valley camp
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Syrian refugees in Beqaa Valley camp

Clip from 7.30

Civics and citizenship

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Stories include, 'Letters set emotion for Anzac Day 2013', 'Tragedy underlines WA farming hardships', 'Syrian refugees pose worst humanitarian crisis since cold war' and 'HMAS ...

Stories include, 'Letters set emotion for Anzac Day 2013', 'Tragedy underlines WA farming hardships', 'Syrian refugees pose worst humanitarian crisis since cold war' and 'HMAS Perth survivors mark special Anzac Day'.

Australian pays Greek family friend's pension
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Australian pays Greek family friend's pension

Clip from The Project

Civics and citizenship

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Dylan Moran live in the studio. Plus Waleed on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the rights of donor-conceived people, the Ashes starts, ageing breakthrough, and guest host Joe ...

Dylan Moran live in the studio. Plus Waleed on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the rights of donor-conceived people, the Ashes starts, ageing breakthrough, and guest host Joe Hildebrand.

Would you stop racism if you saw it happening?
4:58

Would you stop racism if you saw it happening?

Clip from Is Australia Racist?

Civics and citizenship

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One in five Australians has experienced racism in the last 12 months according to one of the biggest ever surveys conducted on racism and prejudice in Australia, commissioned ...

One in five Australians has experienced racism in the last 12 months according to one of the biggest ever surveys conducted on racism and prejudice in Australia, commissioned by SBS with the Western Sydney University. Ray Martin investigates the question: Is Australia Racist? This one hour documentary puts survey findings into action through a series of hidden camera social experiments, capturing the experience of racism through the eyes of those who have suffered it. The results are at times confronting, but 'Is Australia Racist?' also reveals inspiring Australians facing up to racism and standing up when witnessing discrimination.

Discriminatory legislation, QLD premier and land claims
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Discriminatory legislation, QLD premier and land claims

Clip from Mabo

Civics and Citizenship

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This telemovie tells the story of Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo, the Torres Strait Islander, who left school at 15, yet spearheaded the High Court challenge that overthrew the fiction of ...

This telemovie tells the story of Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo, the Torres Strait Islander, who left school at 15, yet spearheaded the High Court challenge that overthrew the fiction of terra nullius. It traces Koiki's life, through his early exile from his beloved Murray Island, his years of working on the trochus trawlers and the outback railways, to his decision to embrace activism. It also tells of his struggles to begin a school specifically for Aboriginal and Islander children.

Responsibility to family and to community
7:01

Responsibility to family and to community

Clip from Mabo

Civics and Citizenship

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This telemovie tells the story of Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo, the Torres Strait Islander, who left school at 15, yet spearheaded the High Court challenge that overthrew the fiction of ...

This telemovie tells the story of Eddie 'Koiki' Mabo, the Torres Strait Islander, who left school at 15, yet spearheaded the High Court challenge that overthrew the fiction of terra nullius. It traces Koiki's life, through his early exile from his beloved Murray Island, his years of working on the trochus trawlers and the outback railways, to his decision to embrace activism. It also tells of his struggles to begin a school specifically for Aboriginal and Islander children.

Infamous Assassinations
25:57

Infamous Assassinations: The Assassination Of John F Kennedy

The History Channel April 5, 2010

History

Civics and citizenship

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By 22 November 1963, the date of his assassination, President Kennedy had made many enemies. He had declared war on the Mafia, racial prejudice and the industrial/military ...

By 22 November 1963, the date of his assassination, President Kennedy had made many enemies. He had declared war on the Mafia, racial prejudice and the industrial/military interest in Vietnam. He had humiliated Krushchev and Castro, who both wanted revenge over the Cuban Missile Crisis. Even to this day, conjecture surrounds the ballistics evidence and whether two assassins were involved. New film material from Washington has just been released.

Four Corners
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Four Corners: Chocolate - The Bitter Truth

ABC May 3, 2010

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

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An investigation that exposes the way children are used to produce the raw materials that drive a multi-billion dollar industry. Cocoa beans are the basic ingredients of ...

An investigation that exposes the way children are used to produce the raw materials that drive a multi-billion dollar industry. Cocoa beans are the basic ingredients of chocolate. They are one of the most heavily traded commodities in the world. In Europe, major chocolate makers have signed up to Fairtrade programs, claiming some of their products are made without abusive labour practices. Now the BBC's Paul Kenyon, posing as a cocoa bean buyer, puts those claims to the test, revealing the Fairtrade seal of approval on chocolate is not all always what it appears to be.

Foreign Correspondent
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Foreign Correspondent: Haiti - Children of the Dust

ABC August 10, 2010

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

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They're the daughters of the rubble, the sons of the dust. They're the little children who somehow survived the devastating cataclysm that shattered and crushed one of the ...

They're the daughters of the rubble, the sons of the dust. They're the little children who somehow survived the devastating cataclysm that shattered and crushed one of the world's poorest countries - Haiti. Some were already orphans, many more would be made so by the earthquake. The epic quake brought an unimaginable toll and while the outside world tried to help, what could possibly be done for the smallest and most vulnerable?

Foreign Correspondent
26:13

Foreign Correspondent: Laos/Cambodia - Mekong, Might And Power

ABC October 5, 2010

News and current affairs

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Giant catfish the size of family refrigerators hide in the depths with 1200 other species of exotic wildlife. Further downstream are rare and mysterious freshwater dolphins. ...

Giant catfish the size of family refrigerators hide in the depths with 1200 other species of exotic wildlife. Further downstream are rare and mysterious freshwater dolphins. Communities frame their lives around what the river provides: food, jobs, transport - or if you're a bunch of laughing children - a skylarking dip in the backyard splash pool. By the time the Amazon of Asia - the mighty Mekong River - reaches Laos it's already been put to serious use by the Chinese and now the little landlocked communist nation wants to do the same, big-time.

Foreign Correspondent
26:34

Foreign Correspondent: Thailand - Long Live The King

ABC April 13, 2010

News and current affairs

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In a television first Eric Campbell investigates the nature of Thailand's monarchy and its succession. As a result of the report Eric will not be able to ever return to ...

In a television first Eric Campbell investigates the nature of Thailand's monarchy and its succession. As a result of the report Eric will not be able to ever return to Thailand due to the extreme likelihood of his arrest.

Four Corners
43:41

Four Corners: Overdose

ABC August 23, 2010

News and current affairs

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This is the story of the the greatest financial crisis we will ever see. The one that is on its way. Have you maxed out your credit card? Bought shares with borrowed money? ...

This is the story of the the greatest financial crisis we will ever see. The one that is on its way. Have you maxed out your credit card? Bought shares with borrowed money? Taken out a large home loan believing that prices always go up? Then you may be living on borrowed time. Filmmaker Martin Borgs takes a provocative look at the events leading up the Global Financial Crisis and asks if the attempts to avoid a ruinous collapse of banks and other major finance houses may set the world on the path to an even bigger meltdown.