- 2 DVD (ca. 160 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + study guide.
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- Australian Broadcasting Corporation.EnhanceTV.
- Off-air recording. Broadcast ABC1, 12th March, 2010.Summary: Episode 1. In April 2007, the community school in Aurukun invited David Vadiveloo to bring his unique Community Prophets model to engage their students. A filmmaker and former human rights lawyer, Vadiveloo says his model of working with marginalised youth can engage any group of young people in any community in the world. In Aurukun he proposed that not only would his team re-engage students with the school, but those students in his program would create 3 high quality short films for screening at the national youth Croc festival on Thursday Island. In a nation that is abuzz with the proposed "education revolution", Voices from the Cape is an inspiring story set in Aurukun and documents a genuinely exciting approach to engaging young people from at-risk communities.Summary: Episode 2. The second part of this inspiring series follows the trials and tribulations of a local community school in Aurukun, on Queensland's Cape York Peninsula. Frustrated by poor attendance and having introduced many other initiatives, the school decided to try their own "education revolution". With the support of the Aurukun Council, they invited a team of media trainers into the community to engage their young people in new ways of learning. What transpired was confronting, frustrating and emotionally raw. Students were pushed to raise their own expectations and ultimately proved to everyone that they are as gifted and capable as any young people in this country.