Christmas is one of the most widely celebrated annual festivals in the world, commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. With Christmas fast approaching, our office has become an exhibition of Christmas delights of different cultural backgrounds.
The Scanlon Foundation has released the 2017 Mapping Social Cohesion survey results that confirms a high level of support for multiculturalism in Australia, with 83-86% of the respondents agreeing that multiculturalism has been good for Australia.
A recent report by Deakin University on the current status of multiculturalism in Australia re-affirms that the general public support multiculturalism in Australia, with a good understanding and acceptance of multiculturalism as cultural diversity.
The 2016 census provided by the Bureau of Statistic has revealed the multicultural makeup of Sydney’s suburbs. The data has shown that there is no Sydney suburb where no-one is born overseas
The Big Day Out in Harmony 2017 will be held on the lawns of Alice Springs Town Council on at 2-5pm on 13 May. This is one of the major multicultural events in Northern Territory.
With over 300 events and a rich programme, the annual Sydney Writers’ Festival brings ideas and issues that bring to life all types of literature. This year, the festival will be held on 22-28 May with an even more attractive programme than previous years.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics yesterday released a preview of the full statistics results from the 2016 Census, defining the key characteristics of what would be a typical Australian today.
Findings from the fifth annual survey from student recruitment firm IDP Education reveals that cultural diversity and safety are critical factors that international students consider when applying to study at an educational institution in Australia.