Human rights perspectves respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it. There are so many beautiful differences that humanity would grow within our collective consciousness if only we could embrace them.

Human rights perspectives respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it. There are so many beautiful differences that humanity would grow within our collective consciousness if only we could embrace them.

Diversity: Every person that you encounter is unique to our world. This is true in our classrooms. Each child comes form a different family, in a different background, and have different beliefs. All of that is okay! Everyone is allowed to be different and should be accepted for being their self.

10 Words of Wisdom From the Late Maya Angelou

We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color. - Maya Angelou Quote by Nate Williams Illustration and Hand Lettering

Aboriginal Clapping Sticks - Laughing Kids Learn

Aboriginal Clapping Sticks

Colouring Flags - Aboriginal Flag - Colouring Pages

Colouring Flags - Aboriginal Flag - Colouring Pages

Aboriginal Flag, Aboriginal Symbols, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Dreamtime, Australian Flags, Australian Art, Australia Crafts, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal Education

Save the Children Australia is committed to closing the gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families. As a supporter, during National Reconciliation Week, show your support by sharing this image or making it your profile photo.

Save the Children Australia is committed to closing the gap for Aboriginal and…

National Sorry Day Australia

National Sorry Day Australia

A must for every centre and school! Encourage cultural awareness and appreciation for diversity. Shows boundaries, geographical locations and languages of Indigenous Australians. Measures 84 H x 119cm W.

A must for every centre and school! Encourage cultural awareness and appreciation for diversity. Shows boundaries, geographical locations and languages of Indigenous Australians. Measures 84 H x W.

Queensland Women's Sevens player Talisha Harden models the unique jumper with which the Reds will mark National Reconciliation Week

Queensland Women's Sevens player Talisha Harden models the unique jumper with which the Reds will mark National Reconciliation Week

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