The AMF is pleased to announce its partnership with the Commonwealth Bank Australia
The AMF is now a community partner for the North Melbourne Football Club in the establishment of the Living and Learning Centre. Funds provided through the Scanlon Foundation ($1.1 Million).
The Immigration Museum explores the stories of real people from all over the world who have migrated to Victoria. Located in the Old Customs House in the heart of the city, the museum re-creates the real-life stories of coming to Australia with a rich mix of moving images, personal and community voices, memories and memorabilia. From the reasons for making the journey, to the moment of arrival in a new country, and the impact on indigenous communities, these stories are sometimes sad, sometimes funny, but always engaging.
Community Languages Australia (Australian Federation of Ethnic Schools Associations) is an umbrella body designed to which serve as their administrators, consolidating them beneath a single, organizational banner, and in the process carrying out a number of crucial roles in the creation, maintenance, and profile of Australia’s over 1,000 community language schools, who provides language maintenance in 69 languages to in excess of 100,000 school age children.
The Scanlon Foundation’s mission is: “to support the creation of a larger cohesive Australian society”. Cultural Diversity and Social Cohesion has been the primary focus of its grant giving since its establishment in 2001.
Kape Communications headed by Fotis Kapetopoulos specializes in cultural brokerage, multicultural marketing and arts industry development. Kape conducts audience research, communication campaigns, training and business development as well as undertake productions. Kape excel in arts marketing, cultural policy, arts management training, audience development, program curation and research.
Working towards an Australian society where human rights are for everyone, everywhere, every day. The Australian Human Rights Commission works closely with other national human rights institutions, particularly through the Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions, to address major human rights issues in the region.
Sports Without Borders (SWB) is a not for profit organisation which is dedicated to providing support for young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds who are involved or want to get involved in sport. Sport has played a vital role in multicultural Australia, empowering many newly-arrived Australians to develop an identity and sense of active belonging. Sports Without Borders will foster this process by providing funding and services (transport, fees, gear, events) to young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD).
European Multicultural Foundation was established with the assistance of the Australian Multicultural Foundation to ensure the long-term success of the European Unions' 1997 Year Against Racism and Xenophobia and aims to promote cultural diversity and a positive attitude towards multiculturalism through sectors and segments of society.
The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) is a community based organisation that advocates for the needs of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds.
Multicultural Arts Victoria is Victoria's peak arts organisation promoting cultural diversity in the arts. MAV is a specialist arts resource agency offering a wide range of services and information. MAV is an agent and broker for artists and groups with expertise in arts marketing, promotion and publicity, project administration, assistance and information regarding arts funding, grants and applications.
FECCA is the peak, national body representing Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. FECCA's role is to advocate, lobby and promote issues on behalf of its constituency to government, business and the broader community. Established in 1979, FECCA is a non-political community-based organisation. Apart from its national office professional staff, it is supported by the work a voluntary Executive Council.
The Multicultural Justice Directory was developed by the Diversity Issues Unit (DIU) of the Victorian Department of Justice and, for the first time, identifies all relevant services and agencies within the Department that could be of relevance to culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.
The Diversity Health Institute Clearinghouse is a central access point for information on multicultural health in Australia. Its aim is to bring together the myriad of work conducted in the area nationally.