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Our workshops critique issues surrounding the concept of equality by facilitating sensitive and empathetic conversations about injustice in the global world. Through our eight week workshop series we provide young people with the skills to analyse systemic inequalities in our world today. Our workshops use participant-led activities which allow for the facilitators to be responsive to the experience of each group. Every workshop presented is as unique as the school it is being presented in.
Each workshop has been designed to be active, fun and engaging and will get students up on their feet and thinking critically about some difficult issues facing our society.
8 x 50 minute workshops delivered over 8 consecutive weeks
Target Group
Students in Year 9-12
Group Size
12-30 Young People
our (8) workshop topics:
Workshops are complemented by teacher & student resources to continue exploring these issues long after Change the Frame has left the building. Change the Frame's unique and engaging activities teach young people to think critically about the world they live in.

Gain an understanding about some of privileges & oppressions that different groups experience.
Learn about the evolution in our understanding of sex and gender, and discuss some of the ways sex and gender are perceived in society today.
Gain a deeper understanding of what a healthy relationship looks like and what we mean when we talk about consent and how it applies in all sorts of relationships.
Learn about the theory of intersectionality, why it's important, and how you can integrate it into your feminism.
Find out what it takes to be an ally - both online and in person!
who delivers the workshops?
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Whether you are a teacher, student, school administrator or interested parent, email us directly at or use the form below to get in touch about the ways we can bring Change the Frame to your school or organisation.
Change the Frame acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia, their diversity, histories and knowledge and their continuing connections to land, water and community. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and to Elders past, present and emerging.