Multiculturalism

Discussion paperSurvey
27 March 2017

This discussion paper provides an overview about the use of accredited interpreters by people with low English proficiency accessing health care services and information in Victoria.

Report
23 March 2017

The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs recommends that the Australian government establish an interdepartmental working group to liaise with Australian...

Article
20 March 2017

Glenda Ballantyne and Amrita Malhi look at the policy known as 'interculturalism,' which aims to provide active and equitable interaction between groups over passive tolerance.

Strategy
17 March 2017

This statement outlines the strategic direction and priorities for multicultural policy in Australia.

Discussion paper
2 March 2017

This Issues Paper addresses two primary questions: first, how will outcomes for NDIS participants vary in different urban contexts and domains? And, second, in what ways will the NDIS drive wider...

Policy
28 February 2017

The Australian Intercultural Standards and Index is the first of its kind in Australia and consists of a set of principles that can underpin intercultural practice for councils.

Report
1 February 2017

This Pew Research Center survey finds that people generally place a relatively low premium on a person’s birthplace. Only 13% of Australians, 21% of Canadians, 32% of Americans and a median of 33...

Report
29 January 2017

In the context of One Nation’s presence in the Australian Senate, indications of increased voter support for the party and wider populist trends in the United States and Europe, Australians need...

Report
15 December 2016

Drawing on the more than fifty publications produced from the Committee for Perth-UWA partnership, this report reflects on how Perth’s economy, people and urban places have been transformed over...

Article
14 December 2016

Near the South Australia–Victoria border, a small community captures the highs and lows of the migration experience.