About the campaign

Racism. It Stops With Me is a national campaign that provides tools and resources to help people and organisations learn about racism and take action to create change.

The campaign invites us to ask ourselves important questions about the role of racism in shaping society, the way we see ourselves and how we interact with one another. To explore these questions and find out more information, visit the About the campaign section of this website.

An audiodescription of the campaign film is also available. 

Commit to learning

What is racism?

To address racism in a meaningful way, we need to understand the different ways it operates and equip ourselves with the tools for action.

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Take action

Find out what you can do to take action today

Work within your sphere of influence to create meaningful change.

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Responding to racism

If you witness or experience racism, you may want to report it, seek support, or support those who have been negatively impacted. This page provides some information on services and reporting mechanisms available.

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Be an ally

Stand shoulder to shoulder with those who challenge racism everyday. Commit yourself to developing the skills to dismantle racism, and work within your sphere of influence to create meaningful change.

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Bystander action

Taking action against specific instances of racism is a powerful statement of support for the person targeted, and it can make the perpetrator think differently about their actions.

Featured resources

Racism. It Stops With Me is one of many campaigns and initiatives working to equip Australians to challenge racism. Our resource hub highlights resources and organisations that can help you develop your understanding of racism, and develop skills in anti-racism.


I have experienced racism

Experiencing racism can be distressing and traumatic. If you have experienced racism, you may want to seek support. Support may come from family, friends or people within your community. However, formal support services are also available.

Find support
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Check out the Workplace Cultural Diversity Assessment Tool

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Check out the Workplace Cultural Diversity Assessment Tool

The Workplace Cultural Diversity Tool is designed to help organisations measure themselves against good practice in workplace cultural diversity and anti-racism. It provides information and resources to help you strengthen your approach in these areas.

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What’s new?

Find the latest news on the campaign, and other anti-racism initiatives in Australia