Session includes:

  • 40 minutes of learning

    to complete at your own pace

  • Editable workbook

    to keep your notes and ideas

  • Certificate of completion

    to download and share

  • Explore the TFH approach to Intercultural Understanding (ICU) and Wellbeing

  • Explore narratives related to our work with young people and their experiences of prejudice, discrimination and wellbeing

  • Explore the link between ICU and wellbeing

  • Gain practical strategies and activities that promote both wellbeing and ICU


Kate Xavier

Senior Education Officer, Together for Humanity

In her role as Senior Education Officer, Kate facilitates Together For Humanity’s Interschool program and heads up Teacher Professional Development. A high school Human Society and its Environment (HSIE) teacher specialising in HSC Geography, Studies of Religion and Society and Culture, Kate holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Sydney. Kate is a practical and creative educator who enjoys creating new learning resources for students and is passionate about promoting critical and creative thinking in young people. In 2008, she was awarded a Young Catholic Women’s Interfaith Fellowship in Canberra, where she attained a Graduate Certificate in Interfaith Relations. She has two young daughters and enjoys volunteering for various community groups. She was a foundational member of the Bankstown Council Youth Advisory Committee, St Vincent De Paul Conference President, and committee member for the Abraham Conference.

Course curriculum

  • 1


    • Welcome!

    • Downloadable Coursebook

  • 2


    • Intercultural Understanding & Wellbeing

  • 3


    • Test your learning

  • 4


    • What did you think?

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