Change makers: the true story of Woodridge

Downman, Scott, Wong, Alynna, Maguire, Kemii, McMullen, Jordan, Horrobin, Jade, Westbury, Rachel and Rudz, Alicja Change makers: the true story of Woodridge. Edited by Scott Downman, Amy Sullivan and Kate Davis St. Lucia, QLD, Australia: University of Queensland, 2014.

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Author Downman, Scott
Wong, Alynna
Maguire, Kemii
McMullen, Jordan
Horrobin, Jade
Westbury, Rachel
Rudz, Alicja
Title Change makers: the true story of Woodridge
Place of Publication St. Lucia, QLD, Australia
Publisher University of Queensland
Publication year 2014
Sub-type Creative work
Open Access Status
Series Change Makers' Project
ISBN 9780646928821
Language eng
Editor Scott Downman
Amy Sullivan
Kate Davis
Start page 1
End page 32
Total number of pages 32
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The Change Makers Project is a participatory project funded as part of the Federal Government’s Diversity and Social Cohesion Program. The project’s aim is to build greater connections and cross-cultural understanding between the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Pacifica, Australian and newly-arrived refugee communities in the Logan area. The project had a working committee of 10 youth from the Woodridge community. The youth are from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Their idea is to call the publication ‘The True Story of Woodridge’.The project published a magazine style publication to tell the story of Woodridge’s youth through the use of stories, photography, artwork and illustrations. It included stories gathered through the Change Makers Project, creative writing, small biographies or photographs capturing the identity of Logan youth. The project published this in a format that captured the attention of Woodridge’s youth, engaging them to better understand those around them (combating stereotypes and racism). Five thousand copies of the magazine were published and distributed throughout the school and wider Woodridge community in October 2014. The publication won Australian student publication of the year at the Ossie Awards in November 2014, as part of the annual Journalism Education Research Association of Australia Conference in Sydney.
Keyword Changemakers
Multiculturalism
Racism
Stereotypes
Woodridge
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Institutional Status UQ

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