Turnbull evokes Howard on multiculturalism

Turnbull evokes Howard on multiculturalism The Federal Government’s first policy statement on multiculturalism declares it a “success” but says every Australian must sign up to shared values and mutual obligations. Releasing Multicultural Australia: United, Strong, Successful today, Assistant

ABC Online

Multicultural Australia: United, Strong, Successful

Today the Australian Government reaffirms our commitment to multicultural Australia with the release of the statement Multicultural Australia: United, Strong and Successful. This statement outlines the strategic direction and priorities for

satPRnews (press release)

Remarks at the release of the Multicultural Statement 2017

Thank you Zed, and Christian, and Zed. It’s great to be here with you all, my Parliamentary colleagues, Julian Leeser, Alex Hawke, and others here. You know, as you would have seen last week, I was up in the Snowy Mountains, up at Talbingo, at Talbingo …


United, strong, successful: PM releases statement on multiculturalism

Multiculturalism in Australia is a success but everyone must obey the nation’s laws and support the democratic process, according to the Coalition’s multicultural statement. By. David Sharaz. 20 Mar 2017 – 6:36 AM UPDATED YESTERDAY 7:27 PM …


Turnbull evokes Howard on multiculturalism

The new policy comes amid political pressure on Malcolm Turnbull to keep assuaging right-wingers in the coalition partyroom and to water down protections against race hate speech. facebook SHARE · twitter TWEET · email · google-plus · linkedin · reddit

The Sydney Morning Herald

Government decides what ‘core Aussie values’ are

The Australian says Malcolm Turnbull’s multicultural statement focuses on Australian ‘values’, while Julia Gillard’s focused on services for migrants. Malcolm Turnbull has set out freedom of speech as a core Aussie value, and emphasised self-reliance

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Uncle Simon rowed our boat ashore — another Australian family was born

When my uncle Simon got on a boat in the dead of night in 1958 and left his home in Croatia, bound for Italy and eventually Australia, he did so seeking a better life and the freedom and prosperity he was denied under a communist regime. He, like

The Australian

National security for harmony, says PM

National security is essential to Australia’s harmony as a multicultural nation, Malcolm Turnbull says. Releasing the first multicultural statement since the Gillard government, the prime minister said mutual respect was the glue holding the nation

The Australian

Working at pluralist success

Whether we look to freedom of speech, equality under the law, democracy, egalitarianism or even our own concept of mateship, it is our shared values that bind this nation together as surely as our precious shoreline. Perhaps too often in the past we

The Australian

Federal Government’s first multicultural policy statement focuses on integration

AUSTRALIA’S national identity will reportedly be redefined in a new multicultural policy that says English language is “critical”. The Federal Government’s first policy statement on multiculturalism, set to be released today, drops past emphasis on