Glossary (Version 8.4)

To recognise or name someone or something.

Individual characteristics (including thoughts, ideas, feelings and attitudes towards self-worth) and capabilities of a person, or characteristics of a social group. Identity refers to all things that define who we are at any given moment in our lives. It is not static. We construct our identities according to things such as where we come from, what we believe in, who we relate to, how we belong, how we behave and what we do.

Fun, cooperative, challenging games that require groups to collaborate to solve a specific problem.

To explain the meaning of information or actions.

Relates to a range of innate biological traits or variations away from conventional ideas of ‘male’ and ‘female’. An intersex person may have a combination of biological attributes of both sexes or lack some of the biological attributes considered necessary to be defined as one or the other sex. Intersex is always congenital and can originate from genetic, chromosomal or hormonal variations. Most intersex people identify as male or female.

To plan, collect, interpret data/information.