Justice in Schools Conversation
Two inspirational teachers and social justice leaders from schools in Victoria and Western Australia joined ACRATH’s Cindy Bohan in Conversation. The Conversation looked at how schools are integrating social justice, and human trafficking in particular, into their curriculum and broader school culture.
Gemma Thomson, Dean of Mission and Catholic Identity at Iona Presentation College in Mosman Park WA and Ruth Bakogianis a teacher and social justice leader at St Mary of the Angels Secondary College in Nathalia, Victoria, talked about what is happening in their schools and the role of students in leading justice works at school and in life.
View a video of the Justie Work in Schools Conversation here.