Australian Muslim Youth Leadership and Peer Mentorship Program jointly hosted by the Australian Multicultural Foundation and the Islamic Council of Victoria.
The Australian Youth Leadership Program: Champions for Innovation forum took place from 23-25 May 2016 at Old Parliament House in Canberra. It was jointly hosted by the Australian Multicultural Foundation and the Museum of Australian Democracy (MoAD), and supported by the Scanlon Foundation. It followed on from the Youth Leadership Program in November 2015, and brought together 23 young leaders to engage in a series of presentations and workshops aimed at building leadership capacity to champion policy innovation in an area of common concern.
#todayimet brought together 20 students from 5 Melbourne schools. The project breaks down barriers of discrimination and promotes shared understanding through photography and storytelling.
The AMF’s Online Safety Training Program aims to discuss the use of the internet in Australian homes and the safety issues regarding the internet and social media.
The Youth Leadership Program will prepare young Australians from culturally diverse backgrounds to further engage with the broader community, to express views and thoughts with confidence, to interact with prominent community leaders, scholars and politicians, and build upon their leadership and mentoring skills to work with other young people in their communities.
Home at Last: Preventing Homelessness In Older Culturally And Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Communities Project 2015
Funded by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation. The key aim of the project is to prevent homelessness amongst older people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background.
The Futures Project aims to enhance value, viability and sustainability for multicultural and ethno-specific community organisations in Victoria.
The Brimbank Community Leadership Program provides opportunities for community members to work with others to build and strengthen their community leadership and participation skills.
The Huddle works to improve social cohesion by systematically addressing the causes of disengagement among young people, in particular youths from migrant and refugee backgrounds in inner, North and West areas of Melbourne.
The Building Bridges Project, funded by the Department of Social Services under the Diversity and Social Cohesion Programme, aims to engage young Australians from around Australia to participate in addressing some of the community harmony challenges.
The Baklava Bake Off is an initiative of the Australian Multicultural Foundation in partnership with communities under the Unity through Partnerships Grant Program, funded by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship.
The Australian Muslim Youth Leadership and Peer Mentorship Program, an initiative of the Australian Multicultural Foundation, was funded by the Australian Government acting through the Attorney-General’s Department.
“A National Radio Dementia Awareness Program – in Community Languages” is a project of the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF) and a Dementia Community Support Grant Program funded through the Australian Government, Department of Health and Ageing under the Dementia Initiative 2011.
Memory loss: Disrupting daily life. A national dementia campaign is a project of the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF) and was a Dementia Community Support Grant Program funded through the Australian Government, Department of Health and Ageing under the Dementia Initiative, 2009.
The Community Policing Partnership Program (CPPP) is a partnership program between police services, the community, the Australian Human Rights Commission and the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF).
Letters detailing first impressions of Australia from early settlers along with letters written from Australia’s immigration department assisting newly arrived immigrants are just some of the letters received so far relating to Australia’s rich multicultural and immigration history.
The Australian Multicultural Foundation is proud to support A Taste of Harmony, a new national campaign encouraging all Australian workplaces to celebrate their cultural diversity through food!
MAPD is a national program that was co-managed by the Australian Multicultural Foundation and Kape Communications, in partnership with RMIT Business, and funded by the Australian Council for the Arts. The key areas of MAPD were Management and Leadership, Income Generation and Marketing. The program was tailored to those wishing to extend their skills in culturally diverse marketing and income generation.
Living in Harmony is a Commonwealth Government initiative administered by the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs. It aimed to promote community harmony within Australia 's culturally diverse society and make it clear that whatever our backgrounds and beliefs, we are united as Australians.
The Centenary of Federation CD-Rom has been produced to provide information about the Federation of Australia with particular attention being paid to the contribution, creation and development of the Federation by people of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
A research project examining a number of service dimensions relating to ‘street-present' refugee and ethnic minority young people commenced in June 2002. A joint venture between the Australian Multicultural Foundation and the Centre for Multicultural Youth Issues, the project was funded by the Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development.
The national project known as ‘Youth Gangs: The Australian Experience' was headed by Associate Professor Rob White from the University of Tasmania. It is the second such study examining youth gangs.
Written by Rob White, Santina Perrone, Carmel Guerra, Mr Steven Francis (Policy and Projects Officer), Ms Faorligh Hunter (Program Co-ordinator) and Rosario Lampugnani, the series of studies examines the issues of 'youth gangs' by talking with young people directly about the nature of group formations and group activities in their communities and neighbourhoods.
The Community Policing Partnership Program (CPPP) is a partnership program between police services, the community, the Australian Human Rights Commission and the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF)
The Australian Research Council and the Australian Multicultural Foundation funded this project, which aimed to study racial tolerance among young Australians. The value of the current study was its focus on the positive aspects of social perceptions and behaviours in contrast to the large body of research into the negative aspects of prejudice.