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Unlocking doors project report

6 Sep 2007

The Unlocking Doors Project was a series of forums, workshops and consultations conducted by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission throughout 2006, which brought Muslim people and communities in New South Wales and Victoria into a dialogue with Police. This dialogue sought to strengthen Muslim peoples’ relationship with law enforcement agencies and build on the capacity of the police to respond to the incidents of racial and religious hatred and abuse currently being experienced by Muslim people. The project was funded by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (then the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs). The following report records the Unlocking Doors Project: the dialogue that took place between Muslim peoples and police as well as the goals, processes and outcomes of the project.

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