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  Australia as a Multicultural Society
Australian Ethnic Affairs Council
The submission by the Council to the Australian Population and Immigration Council on its 1977 Green Paper on immigration and population, which suggests guidelines for immigration and settlement policies appropriate to a multicultural Australia.
Format: pdf | Size: | Length: | Date Added: 30 March 2002 | | VIEW |
  Brunswick Music Festival (slide 14)
Format: jpg | Size: 33 KB | Length: 550 x 400 | Date Added: 19 January 2011 | | VIEW |
  Brunswick Music Festival, 2006 (slide 03)
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  Brunswick Music Festival, 2006 (slide 19)
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  FECCA response to the discussion paper “Towards a National Agenda for a Multicultural Australia”
Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils
The Federation’s 1988 submission on the discussion paper preceding the National Agenda focuses on three elements: the setting of goals, a legislative charter, and a national policy on languages.
Format: pdf | Size: | Length: | Date Added: 30 March 2002 | | VIEW |
  Globalisation: A threat to Australian culture?
Jonathan Pickering
Read Jonathan Pickering's essay on the relationship between globalisation and Australian culture.
Format: pdf | Size: 148 KB | Length: 14 pages | Date Added: 22 November 2004 | | VIEW |
  Islamophobia: is it racism?
Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC)
A web forum considering Islamophobia as a new form of racism.
Format: pdf | Size: 156 KB | Length: 2 pages | Date Added: 22 November 2004 | | VIEW |
  Mix It Up on Cultural Citizenship
Australia Council for the Arts (MAV)
Multicultural Arts: Cultural Citizenship for the 21st century Transcripts: Mix It Up project presented by Milos Milandinovic, The Arts Centre; Ruth Rentschler, Deakin University; Stefan Romaniw, Multicultural Arts Victoria. Presentation made by Multicultural Arts Victoria to symposium on Multicultural Arts for the Australia Council at Parliament House, Canberra
Format: pdf | Size: 139 KB | Length: 6 Pages | Date Added: 18 January 2011 | | VIEW |
  Submission to Colston Committee re: SBS/ABC merger
Sklovsky, Grisha
The founding chairman of SBS condemns the 1986 plan to merge SBS and the ABC, saying the cost savings don’t justify the move, that the proposal is part of ongoing obstruction of the network by some senior government members, and that SBS has provided an important bridge linking all Australians.
Format: pdf | Size: | Length: | Date Added: 29 March 2002 | | VIEW |
  Veiled ambition - story of a Lebanese woman
Terry Hastings and Kate Dimech
Frida's dream is to run her own fashion business - read the study guide and then see the series
Format: pdf | Size: 1.6 MB | Length: 7 Pages | Date Added: 10 March 2009 | | VIEW |
  Victoria Religious Ceremonies -- Slide 5
Jakubowicz, Andrew
Format: pdf | Size: 70 KB | Length: 550 x 400 | Date Added: 19 January 2011 | | VIEW |
  Woman and Islam: Muslim Women in Multi-faith Australia
Hussein, Jamila
A powerpoint presentation that describes muslim women in Australia
Format: ppt | Size: 44 Kb | Length: 15 slides | Date Added: 21 April 2004 | | VIEW |
  "I want respect and equality": A Summary of Consultations with Civil Society on Racism in Australia
Jonas, William
"I want respect and equality " summarises the oucomes of national consultations on racism across Australia in 2001. The 29 recommendations come from public meetings, written submissions and focus groups suggests that racism is a serious problem that affects any people in Australia. Read the Forward and Introduction from this publication.
Format: pdf | Size: 72 kb | Length: 2 pages | Date Added: 26 February 2004 | | VIEW |