Congratulations on completing The Culture Collective workshop!
The workshop is just the first step on your Culture Collective journey.
Discrimination can affect anyone in a community and can be based on race, religion, gender, sexuality, body shape and more.
Now that you have identified discrimination in your community, in and out of school, and learned how to assertively respond to discrimination to reduce its impact - you, in partnership with students and staff within your school community have the opportunity to become leading advocates for equity, respect, and anti-discrimination action.
Student-led action plan
Forming a student council of three or more students to develop an action plan of next steps for your school, in consultation with an advocate from your school's teaching staff, can lead to real, lasting change across your school, and indeed across your wider school community.
Student and staff led action plans are a potent advocacy tool for tackling issues directly experienced by students, and can create powerful solutions tailored to your unique school context and student group.
Check back soon for our Action Plan Guide on this page to take your next step as Culture Collective advocates in your community.
We are busy collaborating with Queensland students right now to build an Action Plan Guide for lasting change at Queensland schools.
The following resources offer opportunities to expand on your knowledge, share your understanding of how to combat discrimination more broadly with your communities, and build your school's influence as an advocate for equity and anti-discrimination action.