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Media Statement on Christchurch

Program Tackles Far Right Extremism in NSW to Prevent Violence and Support Communities All Together Now is shocked but not surprised about the far-right terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch on 15 March 2019. Our thoughts are with the victims of the attack and their loved ones. We stand in solidarity with our Muslim

Calling out racism – a new tool

Have you ever experienced or witnessed racism and wanted to make a complaint but didn’t know how? Our Reporting Racism Clearing House launched this week aims to fix that. The new website is now live at reportingracism.alltogethernow.org.au Perhaps you’ve witnessed a racist attack and felt powerless to know how to help. Or perhaps you have been

New research into racialised media

All Together Now’s latest research into racialised media found more than half (57%) of race-related social commentary in Australian mainstream media negatively targets racial minorities. A copy of the report is available on the Media Monitoring page of our website.

Thank You Zenprint

We’d like to thank Zenprint for their kind donation to All Together Now for a brand new printer (which we hope to use, only when we really have to) and our business cards without which it would be tough for us to ensure you follow us for all the work we do. Every single donation

We’re recruiting Board members

All Together Now is recruiting two Non-Executive Directors (volunteers) to join its board.

Who Watches the Media? Race-related reporting in Australian mainstream media

Why we monitor the media We monitor the media to increase understanding of how social cohesion in Australian communities is impacted by racially biased media articles.  The project came about through collaboration with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) which highlighted the need for such work. How we do it We use a three-pronged approach

How could a children’s toy be so divisive?

All Together Now’s volunteer Erika Rodriguez questions the support of the Golliwog in Australia Why are some Australians still fighting for the right to produce, sell, or own the Golliwog doll if it has become such a controversial symbol? “These dolls have got a very honourable past and I don’t think it’s fair to inflict