Events

One year on report - Launch

The One Year On Report was launched at the Veneto Club in Melbourne on the 3rd of October 2013. The report reflects on the achievements of the Anti-Racism Strategy and Campaign so far. Copies are available to download here

What You Say Matters – launch

On 12 June 2013, Children's Commissioner Megan Mitchell launched the youth resource 'What You Say Matters' at James Meehan High School. Brothablack and the students who performed in the music video spoke about the process of making the clip, and the importance of helping young people address racism.

Brothablack discussing the making of the videoStudents from James Meehan High School with Commsisioner Megan MitchellBrothablack and the students who starred in the music clip.

Brothablack discussing the making of the video
Students from James Meehan high school with commissioner Megan Mitchell
Brothablack and the students who starred in the music clip

Not just black and white

To coincide with the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 22, the Australian Human Rights Commission hosted a Racism. It stops with me. panel discussion in Parliament House in Canberra.

Welcome to Country
giilan triggs
Christopher Woodthorpe, United Nations Information centre, delivers messages from the Secretary General of the UN
minister kate lundy
tom calma
senetor the hon penny wong
senator cash
akram
attorney general mark dreyfus

National Anti-Racism Strategy – launch

The National Anti-Racism Strategy and Racism. It Stops With Me campaign  was launched in Melbourne on 24 August 2012.

attorney general nicola roxon
dr. helen szoke
minister lundy, dr helen szoke, attorney general roxon
nazeem hussein
sachin joab
ambika wakhlu, minister lundy and nina quinn
rhys wesser
isiah, cernak, kyah simon, minister lundy and rhys wesser
front row
taiko drumming
nazeem hussein and ged kearney
taiko drumming and audiences

Kyah Simon

Kyah Simon
Westfield Matildas