NAIDOC Week is an annual celebration full of fun and festivities. But what exactly is the purpose of NAIDOC Week? And what is the history behind it?
Celebrate Aboriginal history, culture and achievements this NAIDOC Week
Australian Celebrations and Commemorations: NAIDOC Week
This Miniclip and accompanying primary teaching resources explores the events that led up to the formation of NAIDOC, how the Day of Mourning transformed from a protest march to a celebration, and how NAIDOC Week recognises the contributions of Indigenous Australians! This is a fantastic resource to introduce your young students to the historical and cultural importance of celebrating NAIDOC Week in the Australian community.
‘NAIDOC Week’ Teaching
Production Year: 2018
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