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Tertiary Catalogue

Public Sector, Safety & Defence

Contains over 76 Videos

The Aftermath of the Holocaust

The Holocaust

This programme considers the aftermath of the Holocaust immediately following the war, when the full extent of its evil finally came to light. The plight of European Jews continued into the post-war period, with most unable to return to their...Show More

The Significance of the Holocaust in WWII

The Holocaust

Exploring the rise of anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany and the spread of Nazi control across Europe, this programme looks at how and why the Jewish people went from being distrusted and blamed for Germany’s ills, to being violently vilified...Show More

The Significance of the Holocaust Today

The Holocaust

The Holocaust was carried out at such a scale that the world took time to come to grips with the enormity of it. But, incomprehensibly, the Holocaust was not the last atrocity of its nature to be committed. Concluding the series, this programme...Show More

The Allied Response to the Holocaust

The Holocaust

How much did the Allies know of the horrors being committed against European Jews at the hands of the German Nazis, and were they in a position to act against them as they were occurring? This programme considers this unsettling question before...Show More
Watan

Watan

Seven years. Six million displaced people. The biggest humanitarian emergency of our time. The Syrian refugee crisis remains at the forefront of the global consciousness: as statistics, as photographs, as a bargaining chip in international...Show More
Chasing Asylum

Chasing Asylum

'Chasing Asylum' exposes the real impact of Australia’s offshore detention policies and explores how ‘The Lucky Country’ became a country where leaders choose detention over compassion and governments deprive the desperate of their basic...Show More
The Christchurch Earthquake: A Case Study

The Christchurch Earthquake: A Case Study

Natural Hazards

The destructive and unexpected nature of earthquakes has remained a constant threat since civilisation began. Suitable for all secondary audiences, this two-part programme firstly examines the scientific aspects to an earthquake, focusing on the...Show More
The Treaty of Waitangi: An Introduction

The Treaty of Waitangi: An Introduction

Reaching agreement on the meaning and ‘spirit’ of the Treaty of Waitangi - New Zealand’s founding document - has led to fierce debate and violent conflict between European settlers and Maoris since its signing in 1840 until the present day....Show More
The Federation Years (1901-1945)

The Federation Years (1901-1945)

Australian Migration

For over 200 years, migration has been intrinsic to Australia’s national identity. In the second of three programs for upper primary audiences, the federation and development of Australia between 1901-1945 is shown in an accessible,...Show More
Post WWII (1945 Onwards)

Post WWII (1945 Onwards)

Australian Migration

For over 200 years, migration has been intrinsic to Australia’s national identity. In the final instalment of this three-part series for upper primary viewers, the period between World War Two and present day is examined. Using a combination...Show More
Crimes Against the Environment

Crimes Against the Environment

Crimes against the environment take many forms, but it is a complex area of criminology. This programme, presented by Dr Steven Taylor, explores green crime and includes interviews with experts Dr Gary Potter and Dr Matt Follett. It introduces...Show More
Offender Profiling

Offender Profiling

Offender profiling is commonly used in solving crimes. Using the leading case of the railway murders in the UK, this programme explains what profiling is, and what it aims to do. The origins of profiling are explored, comparing the ‘top...Show More
Working Safely

Working Safely

Cutting Edge Communication

Risk taking and accidents are occurring at Cutting Edge. Safety awareness is the focus of a special training session Marcus has planned to coincide with a surprise party for Serena's 50th birthday. The event is filled with dramatic incidents and...Show More
The Australian Jury System

The Australian Jury System

In the criminal and civil justice system, a jury serves to reflect the values of society. In this information-packed programme we define what a jury is, explain eligibility for jury service and detail how juries are selected and empanelled. We...Show More
International Law and Global Governance

International Law and Global Governance

International law is described as ‘the general principles of law as recognised by civilised nations’. This informative programme adds much needed depth to this broad definition by explaining: state sovereignty, domestic law and international...Show More
The Criminal Investigation Process

The Criminal Investigation Process

This exceptional programme examines the criminal investigation process in Australia via the dramatised story of an armed robbery at a typical suburban convenience store. We provide an introduction to the role of police and the responsibility of...Show More
Is Australia's Population Growth Sustainable?

Is Australia's Population Growth Sustainable?

Australia's population is growing faster than the world average. In the near future, where will an extra 10-15 million people live? Will we have enough water, food and energy resources to meet growing needs? Starting with a brief overview of...Show More
The Development of Australian Government: Colonisation, Federation and Beyond

The Development of Australian Government: Colonisation, Federation and Beyond

In this Australian-made, primary curriculum fit programme a lively young presenter takes us on a journey through the development of Australia as a nation. We start with British colonisation and discover the reasons for Federation, including the...Show More
Corporal Punishment

Corporal Punishment

Crime and Punishment

Does corporal punishment instil moral fibre and self discipline or cause long-term psychological harm? Do we want to prevent re-offending or are we more interested in offenders getting what they deserve? Before prison became a punishment, those...Show More
Australia as a Global Citizen

Australia as a Global Citizen

After World War Two, Australia broke free from its ties to 'Mother England' and began operating on an international level, as a global citizen. Committed to promoting world peace and pursuing humanitarian goals, Australia became a founding member...Show More
Rights and Responsibilities for Young People

Rights and Responsibilities for Young People

We live in a society governed by a set of laws. Laws keep us safe, to help us resolve our problems, and to stop people causing harm to others. Every citizen has certain rights and responsibilities as set out by the law - if you do the wrong...Show More
Legal Structures

Legal Structures

Understanding Business Studies

What are legal structures? Why are they important? And how do you choose the right legal structure for a new business? This programme brings the answers to these questions to life with real world case studies and clear explanations of key terms,...Show More
The Law Reform Process

The Law Reform Process

In every modern society the laws that govern its citizens are complex and vital. From traffic law and tax law, through to criminal and family law, there are laws that relate to every part of our lives. Laws play a fundamental role in keeping...Show More
Generation F: Women in the Workforce

Generation F: Women in the Workforce

Generation F make up around half of the Australian workforce. Whether they are school leavers, graduates, working mothers, migrants or entrepreneurs, Generation F are female employees who offer a diverse range of skills and attributes. In this...Show More
The Development of Multiculturalism in Australia

The Development of Multiculturalism in Australia

Australia has come a long way since its anti-migrant 'White Australia Policy'. The history of multiculturalism in Australia is an interesting journey that has not been without its controversies. This Australian made, curriculum fit programme...Show More