The Intercultural Communication Kit is NSW DEC resource that provides teaching resources, strategies, posted and questions cards for embedding intercultural understanding across the curriculum.
The Prejudice. No way! website provides resources to assist students in years K-3 develop the foundation knowledge and skills needed to counter racism, prejudice, and discrimination.
The Intercultural Film Database can be used as a jumping-off point for a discussion about intercultural themes. They mustn’t be mistaken for real life, but they do lead us back to it.
Making Caring Common (MCC), a project of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, helps educators, parents, and communities raise children who are caring, responsible to their communities, and committed to justice.
Guidelines for Educators on Countering Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims – Addressing Islamophobia through Education, by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), the Council of Europe and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) offers online Guidelines on Intercultural Education. These guidelines provide an overview and fundamental understanding of an intercultural approach to education.The document defines culture, education, language, religion, and diversity (among other concepts) and explains how their interrelation can help clarify what intercultural learning means.
Introduction, organising elements and learning continuum for intercultural understanding.
Research and Studies
Mosques of Sydney and New South Wales, Research Report 2014 by Husnia Underabi, University of Western Sydney.