Content: Entries are not limited to Australian democracy. They can include local, national and global events, places or people.
Format: All formats are welcomed and encouraged.
Other Special Requirements: Use or reference of the MoAD collection is encouraged, including the building and its collection, MoAD website and online resources.
The history of democracy is all around us – ideas and events that have defined it, the actions of people who have shaped it, and places where democratic values have been challenged, defended or defeated.
There is no absolute definition of democracy; it can change depending on the time, place and circumstances of its use. It has been experienced by different groups in different ways over time.
This year MoAD (Museum of Australian Democracy) invites students from years F-12 to research and create an entry that considers the causes and consequences of a story from the history of democracy.
Research a law, political institution, event, individual or group that impacted democracy and analyse different historical perspectives on its underlying causes and consequences.
MoAD is a living museum of social and political history, located in a nationally listed heritage building in Parkes, Canberra.
MoAD helps people to understand Australia’s social and political history by interpreting the past and present and exploring the future.
MoAD Learning supports teachers and young people of all ages to explore our democracy through inquiry, questioning and critically thinking about the world around them to create positive change.
Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House
18 King George Terrace
Parkes, ACT 2600