Australia is a democratic society. Treating each other equally and giving each other a 'fair' go' are an important part of Australian culture and identity. However, in practice, are Australians really all treated equally? There are many marginalized groups in Australia, such as the indigenous population, migrants and single parents. Do these groups really have equal access to health, education, legal representation and other resources that society has to offer? Who makes decisions about how Australian society is run? This Australian-made, curriculum fit program examines these important issues, demonstrating that while on the surface Australians appear to have a very fair society and high standards of living; we should not simply accept this on face value. Chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Social Justice in Australia 3. Ways in Which Australia is a Just Society 4. Ways in Which Australia is an Unjust Society 5. How Can We Make Australia a More Just Society?