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Multicultural communities

A Multicultural Australia

Information about multiculturalism in Australia.

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Diversity and Social Cohesion Program

The Diversity and Social Cohesion Program is an Australian Government initiative addressing cultural, racial and religious intolerance through the funding of community grants.

Department of Finance

Face the facts

This education resource reflects the continued demand for accurate and easy to understand information about Indigenous peoples, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers and is designed to complement the material in the Australian Human Rights Commission Face the Facts publication.

Australian Human Rights Commission

Making multicultural Australia

Assists teachers to find quality resources on multicultural education, anti-racism and exploring new strategies to promote cultural diversity and tolerance.

Board of Studies NSW

Migration, citizenship & travel

People have come to Australia from all over the world, for different reasons and in different ways. The National Archives holds records about many individuals who arrived from overseas during the 20th century and some who arrived during the 19th century. They also hold records about Australians who left and returned to Australia.

National Archives of Australia

My Language : Public directory

MyLanguage provides access to resources including search engines, web directories, government websites, online dictionaries and syndicated news for multicultural Australians. My Language is a joint partnership between the state and territory libraries of NSW, QLD, SA, VIC, WA, NT and ACT.

State Library of Victoria

Resilient Communities

This site provides information on what communities and the Australian Government are doing to build resilient communities that take action against violent extremism. It is a place to share stories about the great work being done in communities and discuss ideas on how to tackle this complex issue.

Attorney-General's Department

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