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Virtual Incursion for Schools

Usually by this stage of term 3 our VIT registered outreach educators would be busy visiting schools all around Victoria and delivering our free incursions, where we speak to students about democracy, voting and why every vote counts. While we currently are unable to deliver these sessions in person, we are pleased to announce that we have shifted our delivery […]

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Updated Website Launch!

We are very excited to announce the impending launch of our newly refreshed Passport to Democracy website! We wanted to make the new website easier to navigate and more user-friendly.  Our goal with this new website is to provide teachers, students and young voters with an easier way to learn about our PTD resources and supports, […]

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International Youth Day – 12th of August, 2020

In 1999, the UN endorsed the proposal that the 12th of August would henceforth be declared International Youth Day. This was to celebrate and mainstream the voices of young people, and to encourage and emphasise the importance of youth engagement in the political, economic and social spheres of life. In 2020, these goals are more […]

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Passport Goes Mobile

Well, the first full week of the school year (for most schools) has come to an end! I’m sure you all feel like you’ve been back forever, and have all settled back into the routines and rhythms of teaching – with all that they bring. We certainly feel that way! Now that you’re back at […]

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