- The Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology was established in order to, among others, advance interdisciplinary scholarship in the fields of religion and theology and provide coherent undergraduate programs of study in religious studies.
- The Education About Religions and Beliefs site focuses on primary and secondary education about religions and beliefs.
- AMES is Australia’s largest provider of humanitarian settlement, education, training and employment services for refugees and newly arrived migrants.
- Study in Australia provides an introduction to the benefits of studying in Australia. You can search for courses, find out about study costs, and about living in Australia. You can also identify courses which meet Australia’s registration, accreditation and quality assurance standards in your own country.
- Educating Beijing’s Migrant Children: A Profile of the Weakest Link in China’s Education System.
- Young immigrants: age at migration and performance in education uncovers the effect of age at migration on a series of educational outcomes from middle school and upper secondary education with a family fixed effect approach to limit the contamination of selection factors in age at migration potentially due to family background or country of origin.
- In Health-related quality of life in migrant preschool children, health-related quality of life is compared between young children with and without migrant parents.
- Voices of Migrants: Education and ‘Racial’ Discrimination identifies the experienced discriminatory moments regarding education as they were articulated by migrants themselves.
- Time for change: a new role for religion in education addresses concerns about religious instruction in Australia.
- A question of faith: reforming religious education in schools believes that reform is needed to create a more inclusive and equitable model of religious education.
- NSW Parliamentary Committee states that Ethics Classes to Continue in Schools.
- This first issue of Diversit-e for 2011 touches the impact of some of the worst natural disasters in recent years in Australia for the multicultural communities. This issue also covers the difficulties experienced by refugee families who are adjusting to the Australian food.
2010 and earlier
- To address the issue of misunderstanding, stereotyping, and conflic, the OSCE’s Offi ce for Democratic Institutions and HumanRights (ODIHR) has developed Toledo Guiding Principles on Teaching About Religions and Beliefs in Public Schools.
- Global Migration and Social Protection Rights: The Social and Economic Security of Cross-Border Students in Australia argues that, as well as law and policy, a student security regime should incorporate better university practices and more integrated civil society networks and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and intergovernmental organization (IGO) coverage.