Please click the link below to listen to an interview between Datta Mahambrey (MCOT Chairperson) and Duncan Spender (MCOT CEO) with Radio Hobart. https://share.getcloudapp.com/E0u4gl1D?utm_source=show
Please listen to the radio interview here
Guided the organisation through the many challenges of COVID to date, as they affected migrants both on permanent and temporary visas, by lobbying governments and distributing grant moneys to those in need; Initiated the 40th birthday celebrations of MC)T with an event at Government House and launched the Multicultural Day, Ambassadors and Awards at an […]
Please find attached a media release from the Multicultural Council of Tasmania regarding increased female representation for multicultural Tasmania. Also attached are associated photos. Picture 1 Picture 2
Decide our own distance – Mercury 19 June 2020
Article Mercury : Nearly half of international survey respondents struggling with basic needs.
Media release Racism is in all countries, but we can tackle it here
Media release Un-Australian vandalism of Tasmanian Buddhist Temple On Monday 25 May 2020 police were alerted to an incident of racist vandalism, with what appears to be egg with white paste having been thrown against a sign at the Jin-Gang- Dhyana Buddhist Temple in Campania.
The Multicultural Council of Tasmania (MCOT) today called on all levels of government to run anti-racist campaigns to dispel myths feeding racism. Click this link for more news
1) Register with the Tasmanian government grant The Tasmanian Government has announced support for temporary visa holders who are experiencing difficulties. There are three types of assistance that will be made available to temporary visa holders: * Pandemic Isolation Assistance Grants support/household/emergency-support-for-vulnerable- tasmanians will be made available for those who can demonstrate genuine financial hardship […]