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AllOneTogether for Refugee Week 2020
With 28.4% of the population born overseas and 49.1% of its constituents either born overseas or...
COVID-19 and Racism: A doctor responds…
The Australian Human Rights Commission recorded more complaints under the Racial Discrimination...
Meet Maker Mayek, Litigation Lawyer and Principal Solicitor at Mayek Legal
Maker Mayek is a litigation lawyer and the principal solicitor at Mayek Legal. Born in South...
Meet Sabina McKenna, Founder of the Where Are You From Project
Growing up in the inner city bayside of Melbourne, Sabina McKenna is a Melbourne-based curator,...
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‘Social cohesion is always under threat’
Talking Refugee Week 2020 with Aleem Ali, CEO of Welcoming Australia
I Am Not a Virus: Preliminary Findings of the COVID-19 Racism Survey
Asian-Australian groups report surge in racist abuse, assaults during pandemic
COVID-19 racism: For every case, there are '10 more who remain silent'
'Creeping normalisation of hate': Labor calls for national anti-racism campaign
Why I will never forget the day I was racially abused in front of my young son
What should you do if you see someone being racially abused during the coronavirus pandemic?
So here’s what you need to know if you want to stand up for someone facing racist abuse, but just don’t know what to do.
Coronavirus is reminding people how racism takes a psychological toll, but there are ways to be resilient
Doctor calls for unity during coronavirus pandemic after being targeted in racist attack
Extreme right groups exploiting virus fear and tension
Racist coronavirus event at Melbourne nightclub Pawn & Co cancelled after backlash
My story of racism and discrimination in Australia
Victims of coronavirus-fuelled racism in Australia are speaking out about its impact
Australians urged to 'show kindness' amid reports of COVID-19 racial discrimination complaints
Coronavirus fans xenophobia against Chinese-Australians
One result is rising xenophobia against Chinese-Australians with the Federal Government now being urged to fund a national campaign to combat virus-related racism.
The Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy has already demanded an end to the racist behaviour.
Guest: Mohammad Al-Khafaji, CEO, Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Council of Australia
Coronavirus Or Racism: Which Is Spreading Faster?
Amid rise of race-based attacks, Labor calls for new federal anti-racism campaign
Swastika graffitied at Queensland's popular Mount Morgan lookout
FROM THE ABC: The spray-painting of a large swastika, accompanied by the words “white power”, at a popular Queensland lookout serves as a reminder that racism is still highly prevalent within Australian communities, a psychologist has said.
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