The Board of the Multicultural Council of Tasmania met last night to farewell and thank Alphonse Mulumba. Alphonse has been the Chairperson of the Council since late 2014 and has put in an enormous amount of time and energy in leading the organisation through a time of renewal and growth. Alphonse has been a great […]
You would have received your letter with your 12 Digit Login Code. Every household must use it to complete the Census online, or follow the directions to order a paper form. If you have not received your 12 Digit Login Code telephone the Census Inquiry Service on 1300 214 531. If you need help […]
Tuesday August 9th is Census Night! The Census is run by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) every 5 years, and the next Census is Tuesday August 9th. · Everyone in Australia on Census Night needs to complete the Census, even if you are on a visa or if you are a visitor staying in […]
Tasmanians are joining nationwide Harmony Day celebrations today with events taking place in schools, community spaces and workplaces. As the state celebrates Harmony Day and marks the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Multicultural Council of Tasmania Chairperson, Alphonse Mulumba called on Tasmanians to continue with their efforts to create a welcoming and […]
Diversity and inclusion expert Lauren Jauncey encouraged Tasmania’s political leaders and business sector to take hold of the benefits a culturally diverse workforce brings to Tasmania. Proud Tasmanian and National Manager of Diversity and Inclusion at Australia Post, Lauren Jauncey joined with Lara Giddings MP to share cultural dishes with Hobart staff to celebrate cultural […]
Harmony Week events are taking place across Tasmania from 14-21 March to promote community harmony and celebrate Tasmania’s rich cultural diversity.
Tasmanians are being encouraged to celebrate their cultural differences and start planning for inaugural Harmony Week celebrations taking place from 14 to 21 March
The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) is concerned by the proposals outlined in the leaked cabinet document signalling changes to the humanitarian resettlement program and the increased monitoring of migrants.
Tasmania’s Multicultural Council staff and Board Members are heading off this week to take part in the national biennial conference of Australian ethnic communities being held in Sydney. The conference theme is Multiculturalism in Action: Building a better future for all Australians.
Tasmanian Local Governments have been urged to do more to attract and retain migrants and refugees to the state at a forum held in Hobart. The forum attended by 60 people from local government and community organisations will hear about the best practise policies of local governments around Australia.