MCOT submissions on Updated Submission for the 2020-21 State Budget – August 2020
MCOT submissions on the first discussion paper on FECCA’s constitution – July 2020
MCOT Survey – How is COVID-19 affecting your commuity? – May 2020
MCOT’s submission to federal Labor’s review of its multicultural policy
Correspondence to the Prime Minister of Australia and the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Australia, regarding the issue of an independent inquiry into the emergence of COVID-19. Letter to Ambassador, Letter to PM
Submission to Senate Select Committee on Temporary Migration – 23 March 2020
Submission to the Commonwealth Government’s religious discrimination bills : The Multicultural Council of Tasmania (MCOT) welcomes the opportunity to make a
submission on the second exposure drafts of the religious discrimination bills..
Submission on Children displaying harmful sexual behaviour: The Multicultural Council of Tasmania has recently make a submission to Children and Youth Services Tasmania on children displaying harmful sexual behaviours.
Submission to 2020 -2021 State Budget Community Consultation: The Multicultural Council of Tasmania has recently make a submission to the Tasmanian Government for the 2020-2021 State Budget.
Submission to Senate Nationhood Inquiry : The Multicultural Council of Tasmania has recently provide a submission to the Parliament of Australia’s Inquiry into nationhood, national identity and democracy under submission 141.
National Multicultural Women’s Conference summary report: In November 2016 representatives from the Multicultural Council of Tasmania attended the inaugural National Multicultural Women’s Conference, held in Parramatta, Sydney. This report is a summary of workshops attended and take-away thoughts from those involved. Thank you to supporters for making this opportunity possible.
Scanlon discussion summary final: A report on round-table discussions held in Hobart, in response to researched published by the Scanlon Foundation on social cohesion and multiculturalism in Australia. The report Australians Today is landmark research into multiculturalism in Australia. A Community Discussion paper was developed, based on research in the report, and discussed in a facilitated workshop hosted by the Council in partnership with the Scanlon Foundation.
The Racial Discrimination Act (1975) was passed by the Australian national parliament in 1975. The Multicultural Council believes it is a law that promotes high standards and is crucial to maintaining our social cohesion and multicultural nation.
In February 2017 the Multicultural Council of Tasmania held a forum to discuss changes to the Anti-Discrimination Act and how this could impact upon minority communities.