This program examines the consequences of refugee movements as we consider the refugee issue over different scales of study, from the local, to the national and global. Throughout this powerful program we define refugees, internally displaced persons, asylum seekers and immigrants. We also look at where refugees are located and why they come to be there. We find out what it is like to be a refugee and who looks after them. Featuring case studies of East Timor and Cambodian/Thai border refugee camps, we also look at what action United Nations Commissioner for Refugees and AusAID are taking and what is likely to happen in the future. This thought-provoking program will tap into feelings of humanity latent in all adolescents so they can learn how to analyse their own and others' values. Importantly, they will also gain some adult understanding about the values of a socially just society and the importance of a sustainable environment.