2012 Grant Recipients

  • Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka: This project will encourage youth civic and political engagement by developing inspiring, accessible e-modules for students and teachers that directly deal with issues of civic and citizenship.

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  • Video Relay Interpreting for the Queensland Deaf Community:  This project aims to assist in the provision of interpreting services to the deaf community members who reside in rural and remote areas, and who would normally have difficulty in accessing an Auslan interpreter. Read more...
  • Self-Harm, Help-Seeking and the Internet – Informing Online Service Provision for Young People:  This project will examine the potential role of the Internet in overcoming barriers to help-seeking, and to determine the preferred forms of service delivery for young people at risk of suicide and self-harm who are contacting Kids... Read more...
  • “Gabby’s Going Places” Interactive website:  This project will develop an interactive online version of Gabby’s Going Places, a publication which aims to educate blind and vision impaired children and the people in their day to day life about the challenges of living with blindness or low vision and solutions to... Read more...
  • HSM Phase 2.0:  Hello Sunday Morning (HSM) is a space for any individual to take responsibility and change their drinking behaviour.   Read more...
  • Visualising Country: An online interactive archive of 3D Models of Australian terrains, trees and animals  Read more...