The 2018 Netball Oceania Cup will launch on 16-17 March, and there is only one week left to register your team for this fun community netball tournament.
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.
3 December is the International Day of People with Disability. It is an international observance initiative by the United Nations started in 1992 to promote a societal commitment to inclusivity through the removal of physical, technological and attitudinal barriers for people with disability.
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.
Dive In, the Festival for Diversity and Inclusion in the Insurance Industry, will be held in Melbourne on 27 September for the first time this year. The aim of the festival it is initiate conversations and inspiration for companies and organisations to bring about positive changes in diversity and inclusion in their businesses and workplaces.
Pino Migliorino, Managing Director of Cultural Perspectives Group, participated today in a panel discussing cultural diversity at the icare Festival of People at Gosford.
Cultural Perspectives were delighted to be part of the audience listening to the Diversity Delivers - International Advertising Association (IAA) Thought Leadership Breakfast forum panel.
Cultural Perspectives are excited to attend the AFL Diversity Season Launch at the Spotless Stadium tomorrow afternoon in a match that will see the GWS Giants play the Gold Coast Suns, celebrating the many cultures living within the Australian Football industry.
Cultural Perspectives proudly participated in the special All Stars Harmony Day Match at Genea Netball Centre in a Harmony Day celebration brought together by Netball Australia and Netball NSW. The match was developed to bring together leading political, sporting and community figures to celebrate both Harmony Day and the fantastic achievements of Netball Australia and their member organisation in breaking down barriers to participation in the sport.
The annual gay and lesbian Mardi Gras parade comes back to Sydney this Saturday. Initially a political protest in 1978, the Mardi Gras has evolved into one of the most significant events in Sydney’s event calendar, attracting thousands of people locally and internationally to this grand spectacular of sparkles and self-expression.