Bad News- Unlearn

Hello Ally, Welcome to the most important gift of anti-racism education.  Today we have a game that you can keep and use over the holiday break, a lunch break; practically anytime when you feel the need to breakaway. This year, over the course of our lockdowns the All Together Now team chanced upon a mind changing tool that proved to

Story of Peace- Empathy

Hello Ally, Welcome to your first gift of the week – the gift of empathy. Today we share with you a Story of Peace. On March 15 2019, news was broadcasted across the world sharing the chilling recount of the mass shootings at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques, taking 51 lives and leaving many people in

Christchurch Shooting Anniversary: A Resilient Survivor Recounts One-Year Later

One year ago, in Christchurch, on the morning of March 15, 2019, Serdar Durdyev woke up from a disturbing dream. He had been confined in a small space, the size of his body, almost like a coffin, unable to move his limbs. Above him were a series of holes, and someone breathing above him, while

Community-focussed efforts to combat violent extremism are critical in light of ASIO’s annual threat assessment

On the back of this 2020 ASIO threat assessment address in Canberra, All Together Now has today called for a greater investment in community-focussed programming on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE).

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