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A global network of young people taking action to improve our world. It is a youth-led action program that is currently making a difference in more than 140 countries. It builds on Dr. Jane’s legacy and vision of placing the power and responsibility for creating solutions to big challenges in the hands of the young people.
Sep 2016

Roots & Shoots delivers presentation to university students

National Youth Leader Asitha recently delivered a presentation for university students at Whitley College, a residential college at the University of Melbourne. Asitha was a former resident of the college and was invited by the Environmental Representative to present on his work at the Jane Goodall Institute. Attendees included the warden and sub-warden of the […]

Roots and Shoots Peace Day
Sep 2016

Roots & Shoots Peace Day Mural

Everyone’s getting ready for Peace Day! Don’t forget to tag #PeaceDay #RootsandShoots to show us how you’re celebrating! Claire from our NYLC collaborated with Saint Ignatius College in Geelong for this Peace Mural highlighting our 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Share your peace artwork and it will be featured on Dr. Jane’s Facebook Page. For more information check out the Art4Peace Showcase Guide.

In Search of Safety Roots Shoots
Oct 2016

Roots & Shoots and Red Cross In Search of Safety Partnership

We are thrilled to announce that Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots and Red Cross In Search of Safety have partnered to connect Australia’s youth with refugees and asylum seekers across the world. In Search of Safety gives primary school students a valuable insight into the real reasons why people choose to seek asylum in Australia. Delivered to students by […]