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Acknowledgments – Year 10 unit

Although this publication is copyright ESA, it contains material from other sources which is not owned by ESA. The drawing used on the Unit home page, in the Overview and in Sequence 1 titled Peace © Pawel Kuzcynski, reproduced with permission of the artist. In Sequence 2 the ‘No’ Poster created by the National Union of Australian University Students in reaction to the hanging of Ronald Ryan, from the records of the Howard League for Penal Reform, 1923–1967: Source; Authorised by the National Union of Australian University Students. In Sequence 4 the photo ‘Aboriginal and Australian flags waved during the Stolen Generation Apology’, by Tim Barker, courtessy Getty images. In Sequence 6 the image titled We are Making a New World; based on the drawing ‘Sunrise: Inverness Copse’, is a painting by Paul Nash 1918, from the Imperial War Museum © IWM (Art.IWM ART 1146) and used under the terms of the IWM Non Commercial Licence. In Sequence 7 the image from the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, is a photo from the Jürgen Stroop Report to Heinrich Himmler from May 1943, originally captioned ‘Forcibly pulled out of dug-outs’ and is a public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 8 the image used, source © Amnesty International, from the Amnesty International website, reproduced with permission. In Sequence 9 the photo titled Pakistan Unrest, Northwest Children, of demonstrators at a protest against the Taliban’s assassination attempt on child activist Malala Yousafzai in Pakistan, is by Arif Ali and © 2012 AFP, credit AFP/Getty images, reproduced with permission. Source for content descriptions in curriculum summary tables for units of work: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).