The second week of July every year is marked by NAIDOC week, with a purpose to recognise and reflect on the history of dispossession, discrimination, invasion and colonisation faced by Indigenous Australians…
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Cultural Perspectives were invited to the grand opening of the Chinese Lantern Festival 2018 last Friday in celebration of the year of the dog at the Tumbalong Park, Sydney Darling Harbour.
Tropfest, the world’s largest short film festival, is calling for entries to showcase greater cultural diversity on our screens. In its 26th year, Sydney’s Tropfest 2018 will celebrate another year of achievement in film from 13-17 February in Parramatta, one of the most ethnically vibrant areas in Sydney.
The Diversity Council Australia today released a report on Inclusion@Work Index 2017-2018 in partnership with Suncorp, further proving that workplace inclusion and cultural diversity deliver tangible benefits for Australian business, employers and employees.
We celebrated the YES result of the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey at Cultural Perspectives today. Of all eligible Australians who participated in the survey, 61.6% voted YES supporting a change to Australian law to allow same-sex couples to marry.
The Jewish International Film Festival 2017 comes back in November to Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth.
The results of the 2017 SBS National Languages Competition are out! Four winners across the country from four age categories were awarded at a ceremony at SBS yesterday, with special guests including the Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training, and competition judge and famed Eurovision singer Isaiah.