The AMF proudly sponsored the annual Australian Multicultural Marketing Awards 2016 at the Sydney Opera House on 6 December.
The 2016 Sports Without Borders Summit will be held on Friday 6th May and will focus on the power of an individual to create change in sport clubs and communities.
Harmony Day, 21 March, celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.
A Taste of Harmony, Australia’s workplace celebration of cultural diversity, will be back this March 21-27, 2016.
The Triennial International Conference of the Settlement Council of Australia will be held in Melbourne from 5-7 May 2016. The conference will bring together the settlement sector, communities, service groups, academics, corporate and legal organisations and individuals from across the globe to build on current settlement knowledge, practice and community participation within a globalised multicultural society. The conference theme is ‘Settlement and Citizenship in Civil Society’.
The FECCA 2015 National Biennial Conference – Multiculturalism in Action: Building a better future for all Australians – will be held in Sydney, NSW, on 5-6 November 2015.
Tickets are on offer for a special price of only $30 for the new Women in War Opera on Thursday 30 July.
Friday 31 July, State Library Victoria. During WWI women played diverse roles off the battlefield. In a fascinating morning of discussion, academics, writers and historians explore the impact of women in the conflict.
Women in War: A Contemporary Opera begins Thursday 30 July at the Arts Centre Melbourne
Cultural diversity and inclusion in the workforce enhances many different aspects of business. A Taste of Harmony celebrates cultural diversity in Australian workplaces by encouraging colleagues from different cultural backgrounds to share food and stories.
'Death, Dying, Grieving and Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness – A Cultural Perspective' Conference
Conference Report now available.
Forum Report now available.
The essential conference for every grassroots sporting group, sports administrator, and community leader in local communities and local government
The Australian Multicultural Foundation is proud to support A Taste of Harmony, a national campaign encouraging all Australian workplaces to celebrate their cultural diversity through food.
Parliament of the World’s Religions 2009 brought together religious and civil leaders and interested individuals from all corners of the globe in Melbourne. A major event held every five years, the Parliament attracted an estimated 8,000 to 12,000 delegates who took part in workshops to establish socially cohesive and environmentally sustainable ways forward that span and embrace cultural, racial and religious diversity.
The Fifth Diversity Matters forum was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, building on the success of the previous forums held in Brisbane (2001), London (2003), Kolkata (2005) and Johannesburg (2007).
Following the success of the National Muslim Youth Summit held in Sydney in 2005, more than 85 young Muslims attended a workshop in Melbourne to discuss a range of issues identified by participants at the previous year's Summit.
The National Muslim Youth Summit, aimed at finding practical solutions to key issues concerning young Australian Muslims, was held in Sydney in December 2005.
A Round Table Discussion, co-hosted by Australian Multicultural Foundation and Manning Clarke House, was held in November 2002 to assist in mapping the key issues, priorities and requirements for a harmonious and culturally diverse Australian society.
The conference provided an important opportunity for health professionals and policy makers to convene and listen to eminent local and international experts, discuss the latest research and consider the physical and mental health priorities for Australia's multicultural community.
The Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements and the Australian Multicultural Foundation hosted the International Metropolis Conference in Melbourne in 2007. The theme of the 2007 conference, 'Migration, Economic Growth and Social Cohesion', explored issues surrounding current patterns of future migration and its economic and social effects.
The Religion and Cultural Diversity Conference was held in Melbourne in July 1997. The conference was opened by the then Governor General of Australia, His Excellency Sir William Deane, the Hon Philip Ruddock MP and His Excellency Sir James Gobbo, the then Governor of Victoria. Invited international guest and speakers included The Most Reverend George Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury and Cardinal Francis Arinze from the Vatican City.