Take a look at our recent supporter newsletters to find out what’s been going on with the ‘Racism. It Stops With Me’ campaign.
October 2016 Word and PDF: Welcome to Australia named supporter of the month. New early childhood resources to promote cultural diversity and tackle racial prejudice.
September 2016 Word and PDF: University of Technology Sydney named supporter of the month. Leading for Change: A blueprint for cultural diversity and inclusive leadership released.
June 2016 Word and PDF: National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters' Council named supporter of the month, update from the Commissioner, enter the Race Discrimination Commissioner's student prize
27 May 2016 Word and PDF: Sunshine Coast Council named supporter of the month, support activities, Reconciliation Week
29 April 2016 Word and PDF: Copyright Agency named support of the month, update on other supporter activities and links to useful resources on the Racial Discrimination Act.
29 March 2016 Word and PDF: Equal Opportunity Commission (SA) named supporter of the month, update on International Day for the Eliminiation of Racial Discrimination activities, supporter ideas and more!
24 February 2016 Wordand PDF: Charles Sturt University named supporter of the month quick and easy activity ideas for supporters and links to useful resources.
16 December 2015 Wordand PDF: Congratulations to Human Rights Awards winners and finalists, a snapshot of supporter activities over the year and much more!
29 September 2015 Word and PDF: Two sporting orgs named supporters of the month, poster feedback sought and the latest in supporter updates.
25 August 2015 Word and PDF: New campaign posters announced, GippSport named supporter of the month, other supporter activities promoted.
21 July 2015 Word and PDF: New Racism. It Stops With Me category at the 2015 Human Rights Awards, links to the Commissioner's Press Club address, supporter activities and supporter of the month.
11 June 2015 Word and PDF: Upcoming events with the Race Discrimination Commissioner advertised, Australian Migration and Settlement Awards nominations sought, supporter activity updates and links to supporter resources.
15 May 2015 Word and PDF: Campaign to continue post June 2015, University of Western Australia named supporter of the month, request for organisational supporters to create and share short videos.
9 April 2015 Word and PDF: Update on supporter activities, including Harmony Day and Cultural Diversity Week, shout-out to NRL and Hobsons Bay City Council - joint supporters of the month, announcement of pledge competition winners
3 March 2015 Word and PDF: Supporter of the month and other supporter activities announced, harmony day promotion and speaker services advertised.
11 Dec 2014 Word and PDF: New education resources on race relations launched, supporter activities shared and Human Rights Awards winners congratulated.
21 Nov 2014 Word and PDF: Supporters were informed of an upcoming RightsTalk on human rights and education, an update on supporter activities and the Mapping Social Cohesion report.
15 Oct 2014 Word and PDF: Supporters were provided with an update on recent and upcoming activities, were asked to inform us of any upcoming events for publication on our new Events Calendar, and were asked to nominate themselves for our Speakers' bank.
23 Sept 2014 Word and PDF: Supporters were encouraged to nominate for the 2014 Australian Human Rights Awards
18 Sept 2014 Word and PDF: Supporters were informed about the Commission's new Workplace Cultural Diversity Tool which was launched by Senator the Hon Concetta Fierravanti-Wells in Sydney.
Sept 5 2014 Word and PDF: Happy birthday to the 'Racism. It Stops With Me' campaign! Updates on activities of new supporters, Macquarie University, University of NSW and the ACT Government, calls for organisations to recommend anti-racism and cultural diversity training providers and calls for suggestions for who we should ask to be on our campaign posters.
August 7 2014 Word and PDF: Announcement of the winning entries for the 'Rant Against Racism' competition, congratulations to the City of Greater Dandenong for receiving an award for their 'Get Up. Speak Out' program, launch of BeyondBlue's invisible discrimination campaign, and an update on the activities of supporters: the City of Greater Bendigo adn University of Western Sydney.
June 3 2013 Word and PDF: Announcement of the release of a new Campaign Supporter Announcement featuring Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes.
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