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|National anti-racism framework: scoping report 2022||9.61 MB|
In March 2021, the Commission released a proposal for a National anti-racism framework in response to enduring community calls for national action after heightened experiences of racism and racial inequality in recent years, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. The proposal contained guiding principles, outcomes and strategies to begin a national conversation about anti-racism action.
From March 2021 to April 2022, the Commission consulted with the public, peak and community organisations, experts, service providers, human rights agencies, and government at all levels on the scope and vision for a framework.
This scoping report provides an initial evidence-based summary of what the Commission heard about a national anti-racism framework from communities, sector organisations, government, scholars and expert knowledge-holders to date.
The report also highlights some of the existing good practice anti-racism solutions being undertaken across the nation.