- The REDCo project represents a necessary approach to address the question, how religions and values can contribute to dialogue or tension in Europe.
- Pedagogy, multiculturalism and racism: A fine balance follows an ongoing debate about the most appropriate and effective approaches to anti-racism.
- Inquiry into Migration and Multiculturalism in Australia assesses the benefits of migration, refresh our understanding of current issues, and consider the efficacy of multiculturalism as a framework for settlement, integration and participation.
- How does censorship operate in a so-called liberal ‘free media’ environment of a Western democracy? Migrants, racism and the media – a perspective from Australia argues that it is difficult to fight such insidious censorship devices and easier to challenge political censorship in developing countries implemented through government decrees or legislation.
- Voices of Migrants: Education and ‘Racial’ Discrimination identifies the experienced discriminatory moments regarding education as they were articulated by migrants themselves.
- Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship Nicholas Kotsiras said that Combating racism needs bipartisan approach.
- British Prime Minister David Cameron, in a speech attended by world leaders, criticized his country’s longstanding policy of multiculturalism.
2010 and earlier
- Encouraging Tolerance and Social Cohesion through School Education examines issues affecting young Muslims at risk of potential isolation in schools, and investigate what schools, systems and sectors are currently doing to encourage the message to Islamic youth that Islam is compatible with, and can live alongside other faiths and Australian values.
- Perceptions of Multiculturalism and Security in Victoria aims is to generate new
- understandings on mainstream Victorians’ attitudes towards social harmony; whether they feel that Victoria and Australia are safe places to live and work; and if not, what threats Victorians and Australians are currently confronting.
- To address the issue of misunderstanding, stereotyping, and conflict, the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) has developed Toledo Guiding Principles on Teaching About Religions and Beliefs in Public Schools.
- This Model for Best Practice, Building Bridges - creating a culture of Diversity, provides a framework for effecting positive ‘whole of school’ change in culturally diverse schools.
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Update on Developments since the 2005 Request for Systemic Final Report Women in Victorian Prisons examines the situation of CALD women who are imprisoned in Victoria.
- This report, “We Are Like Forgotten People ”The Chin People of Burma: Unsafe in Burma, Unprotected in India, documents ongoing human rights abuses and repression in Burma's western Chin State, which borders India.
- What kinds of situations trigger feelings of humiliation in Somali refugees in Norway? And what might be done in order to prevent such experiences to occur? These are some of the questions analysed in Humiliation Experienced by Somali Refugees in Norway.
- Maria Vamvakinou, Federal MP for Calwell, gave a speech on Multiculturalism.
- The multicultural policy, The People of Australia, recognises the amazing breadth and diversity of Australian society, and reaffirms the Government’s unwavering support for a culturally diverse and socially cohesive nation.
- Racial and Religious Tolerance Act in Australia.
- A UNESCO World Report on Investing in Cultural Diversity.
- Review of empirical literature on prejudice reduction strategies and implications for future directions in the Diversity and Social Cohesion Program.