Principles of Justice: Parliament and the courts
On Thursday 3 March 2022, Members of the Victorian Parliament and the Victorian Courts sat down to discuss the relationship between parliament and the courts, and the principles of justice that inform the process of making, applying and reforming laws. Video clips and further resources from this event will be available in the coming weeks.
Aboriginal Change Makers
This new resource for Victorian schools shares stories of Aboriginal self-determination and empowerment, featuring some of the key figures, such as Hyllus Maris (pictured), whose social activism brought about lasting change. Developed in partnership with Worawa Aboriginal College, this resource is available to view online or download your free copy.
Parliament of VIctoria education programs
The Parliament of Victoria provides a range of educational opportunities for teachers and students, including school tours and role plays and resources for primary and secondary students and VCE Legal studies.
Resources include a range of publications, posters, videos, activities and lesson plans. You can also take a Virtual Tour of Parliament House or browse through our YouTube playlists to learn about the history and processes of Parliament, including our How a Law is Made series.
For an extensive range of fact and information sheets, and links to relevant politics and civics and citizenship sites go to Useful Links.
Further education resources about Parliament can be found on other pages of this website. For example, for an overview of Parliament go to About Parliament or for detailed information on a range of topics go to the Factsheets in the Publications & Research section.
The Victorian Parliament's suite of education resources and our outreach programs to schools are supported by the Department of Education and Training through their Strategic Partnerships program.