Students may choose an individual woman or group of women with strong Australian links. Subjects must have made a historically significant contribution locally, nationally or internationally. That contribution could be made within the confines of one’s family, at a state/territory or national level or could have been recognised world wide. Subjects may be living or deceased.
Students need to provide a description and explain why they think their subject’s contribution is important and to whom, basing their opinion on the analysis of evidence found through their research.
Evidence can be presented in any of the following formats, or format combinations:
written material, objects, images, film or sound clips and interview transcripts could all be used to support conclusions.
National Foundation for Australian Women