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Take your class on an interactive journey

Choose from three immersive, character-led journeys to engage your students in the asylum seeker debate. 

Nicole's Journey

Journey with Nicole from Sydney’s suburbs to Syria to gain a greater understanding of; ...

Jodi's Journey

Travel with Jodi from Sydney to Myanmar (Burma) to gain a greater understanding of; statelessness, religious diversity in Asia and preconceptions about refugees.

Davy's Journey

Board a boat with Davy to gain a greater understanding of; Australia's migration history, the role of international organisations & aid agencies and global...
Take the discussion from the screen into the classroom with curriculum linked lesson ideas.

What is Statelessness?

At least 10 million people worldwide have no nationality, but what does it really mean to be stateless?
A refugee story: The Boat

SBS has adapted the title short story in Nam Le’s hugely acclaimed anthology The Boat for its first interactive graphic novel.  

Take your class on an interactive journey aboard The Boat using the SBS Learn resources designed for English/The Arts years 9-12.

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What Can I Do?

Watch this video for 5 simple ways you can help.

Australian Red Cross

SBS has partnered with Australian Red Cross to create innovative learning resources to accompany the third series of Go Back To Where You Came From.
Australia has earned a global reputation for being tough on asylum seekers with its policies on turning asylum boats around and denying anyone who arrives by boat...
A real-time interactive online documentary about the world’s second largest refugee camp which is currently at crisis point.
How much do you know about asylum seekers and refugees?

Test your knowledge with our online quiz.

Listen

Dig a little deeper with SBS radio. 

Far away from the Syrian crisis, Sweden has stepped up to help in a way that stands in contrast to, really, the rest of the world.
The number of people fleeing war, conflict and persecution around the world has reached its highest figure on record, nearing 60 million.

Who are Myanmar's Rohingya people?

Who are the Rohingya people of Myanmar and what is their story?

Previous Seasons

Still using Go Back Series 1 and 2 in the classroom? Find all past content and more here. 

Access the complete schools resources for season 1 including tutorials, video clips and teachers' notes.
Access the complete schools resources for season 1 including tutorials, video clips and teachers' notes.

Message from David Corlett

Host and refugee expert David Corlett discusses the major themes of Go Back To Where You Came From.
A challenging interactive simulation, based on facts and real-life events, that takes you on the daunting and sometimes desperate journey experienced by asylum...

Season 2: Fact Sheets

Download or print these fact sheets for your class.
School Selfie

To celebrate the launch of our brand new Learning Hub this November, SBS has partnered with the Australian Centre for Photography to offer high school’s the chance to host a free mobile-photography workshop with an acclaimed Australian photographer.

 

Find out more and nominate your school here.