The Youth Leadership Program will prepare young Australians from culturally diverse backgrounds to further engage with the broader community, to express views and thoughts with confidence, to interact with prominent community leaders, scholars and politicians, and build upon their leadership and mentoring skills to work with other young people in their communities.
The Australian Multicultural Foundation has developed the Community Awareness Training Manual: Building Resilience in the Community, which delivers the knowledge, understanding and skills required for participants to be able to deliver information in the community about: recognising anti-social behaviours, including criminality, and processes that can lead to violent extremism, along with prevention strategies and where to go for support.
The AMF’s Online Safety Training Program aims to discuss the use of the internet in Australian homes and the safety issues regarding the internet and social media.
The Brimbank Community Leadership Program provides opportunities for community members to work with others to build and strengthen their community leadership and participation skills.
Surveying more than 24,000 people since 2007, the Scanlon Foundation’s report, produced in partnership with the Australian Multicultural Foundation and Monash University, is the largest study of its kind. It monitors public attitudes on issues including immigration, multiculturalism, discrimination, and belonging. The 2014 findings build on the data of 13 Mapping Social Cohesion reports.
'Death, Dying, Grieving and Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness – A Cultural Perspective' Conference
Conference Report now available.
Forum Report now available.
The AMF is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Chairperson and its newest Board Member.
The Regional Interfaith Network website brings news and events of interfaith activities in the principal action areas of the Regional Interfaith Dialogue.
The young Australian Muslim participants who took part in the two day workshop in Sydney in December 2013
'DonateLife… the greatest gift' is a community education campaign for people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities that aims to increase family discussion about organ and tissue donation wishes. It’s an important conversation to have. One organ and tissue donor can transform the lives of 10 or more people and, on average, 1,600 Australians are on transplant waiting lists at any one time.
Cultural diversity and inclusion in the workforce enhances many different aspects of business. A Taste of Harmony celebrates cultural diversity in Australian workplaces by encouraging colleagues from different cultural backgrounds to share food and stories.
The Baklava Bake Off is an initiative of the Australian Multicultural Foundation in partnership with communities under the Unity through Partnerships Grant Program, funded by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship.
Sir James Gobbo honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the inaugural Australian Migration and Settlement Awards
Sir James Gobbo was honoured for his services to migration and settlement with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the inaugural Australian Migration and Settlement Awards. The Awards took place on Monday 18th March 2013 and were hosted by the Migration Council Australia. Sir James was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Hon Tony Abbott MP, and in the presence of the Prime Minister, the Hon Julia Gillard MP.
CultureMate is an innovative, information rich, online portal providing a mixture of generic and industry specific information and development opportunities to increase users' cross cultural competence.
The Religious Leaders and Civics Media Training has been delivered by the Australian Multicultural Foundation for Imams across Australia to further build their skills, confidence and networks in relation to working with media and understanding Australian governance.
The Building Bridges Project, funded by the Department of Social Services under the Diversity and Social Cohesion Programme, aims to engage young Australians from around Australia to participate in addressing some of the community harmony challenges.
The Australian Muslim Youth Leadership and Peer Mentorship Program, an initiative of the Australian Multicultural Foundation, was funded by the Australian Government acting through the Attorney-General’s Department.
During the past three years, much was learnt by the service providers who delivered the projects and by the Scanlon Foundation. The projects have produced useful resources based on these learnings, which we are now sharing in the belief that the information might help.
Leadership Australia - A New Generation was designed to develop a group of confident and well connected young Australian Muslims to present / represent the views of young Australian Muslims to the wider community through participating in activities such as volunteerism and provide a unique resource for other young Muslims who seek mentorship and leadership within the community.
Memory loss: Disrupting daily life. A national dementia campaign & A National Radio Dementia Awareness Program – in Community Languages
This photographic exhibition stemmed from the Bridging the Gap project, an initiative of the Australian Multicultural Foundation, and is proudly supported by the Australian Government's National Action Plan funding program.