Archive for August, 2010


Guest Speaker

Mrs Casuscelli Her job is to look after people with AUTISM. Her jobs are to also teach teachers about children on autism and how it affects others. Mrs Casuscelli is the NSW team leader for professional development. She has taught 4800 teachers in NWS about autism. People with autism can get stressed a lot, also the government is spending $190,000 million on the pakage to help the autistic people in NSW and asutralia

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Julia Gillard wants no people on the streets and no people with out a home by 2020.And Also she is promising about 60,000 House built in the coming years. Also her party is putting in 5 million dollars on homeless people and marginalized people.
 
Tony Abbot is putting in 93 million dollars to help the homeless people and the people who are struggling in their families. Tony Abbott will be pledging 20 billion dollars to make more properties more affordable .He is making more help services and health facilities for people that are  sick and need treatment.

Response For Guest Speakers

                                                                                     Response
What did I learn from Linda and Toni?
There are only three centres for men and children in NSW. That America has the most homeless people. Some homeless people prefer to live on the streets. The government is making people homeless by demolishing houses and moving the people in them. The houses that are given to homeless people by the government, they are allowed to live in that house for up to twelve weeks. When they are living in this house they have to be searching for a house to live in. St. Vincent-De Paul provide education, food and accommodation. The homeless people get free food for two nights a week.
 
What can I do to help them in their work?
Some ways are by donating money, also by fund-raising. Another big way of supporting them is to donate food , clothes and furniture. Also by encouraging others to support and help them find a home and to get them of the street. By giving them a hamper at Christmas times.


Inquiry

Inquiry we are learning about marginalised people and homeless people.On Friday a person from Minnie Vinnies came and talked to us about the homeless people and what they do to help people who live on the streets and they don’t have a home.

Homeless People

                                        Homeless people

 

Homeless people could be living on the street because of low income, natural disasters, and threat and violence. Also they might be a refugee or an asylum seeker. Commonly homeless people are middle aged people and alcoholic people. It is also when they are rejected from the society or community. The homeless people live on the street without a house. Also homeless people can be rejected from their family or relatives. Some homeless people don’t stand out for them selves but some do.

 

The most useful website that I used is www.homeless.org.au

  

 

Asylum Seeker

Asylum seeker are people that come from other countries to our country because their country might be at war or their government told them to leave the country and go to another country. Asylum seekers are very poor and they have to come on fishing boats and hide from immigration people. When the asylum people come to Australia they have to go through process of testing them ,after the test has been done they decide to stay in Australia or go back to their country .The detention centre is a fully fenced placed with a lot of refugees that comes from other countries because their country might be danger. The people that come from other country might be at threat or they might have been told that they might be killed.

The government can give them comfort and give them jobs. And give them houses rather than putting them in the detention centre or the prison. Also the government can support them and make them involved in Australia’s works. Also they can let one family out each year and let them be free.

VOKI

In inquiry

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