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The aim of this paper is to discuss the ways in which cultural difference is articulated in local communities through the practices and actions of local individuals, groups and government. Both of us in our own research projects and practical experiences, have examined the relationship between residents and their local government. In particular, we are interested in the dialogues around cultural representation, social equity and justice that take place, and how these dialogues are articulated and enacted within the civic sphere. In particular, we are interested in the ways in which these dialogues are managed through policies of multiculturalism and the institutional arrangements of local government.

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