All Together Now welcomes the release of the 2014 Mapping Social Cohesion report. Each year the Scanlon Foundation commissions research to measure Australian attitudes on social cohesion, immigration and population issues. The research shows the levels of racism in Australia compared to previous years.
This year, Priscilla Brice, receiver of the 2013 Churchill Fellowship and Managing Director of All Together Now, researched the factors which make non-profit racism prevention initiatives effective in Poland, Belgium, France, UK, …
Priscilla Brice has written a report on the findings of her Churchill Fellowship.
All Together Now is concerned about the proposed racial vilification laws which the government released yesterday. Lets not forget the Racial Discrimination Act as it currently stands has been an important foundation for this success and this is why it is key for such protections to remain.
Our latest infographic based on an international systematic review on the relationship between racism and health for children and young people.
All Together Now’s Managing Director’s opening address for the conference: Multiculturalism, Inclusion and Participation – Lessons from the Research.