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Challenging Racism: The Anti-Racism Research Project
A Project based at the University of Western Sydney
An important finding of the Challenging Racism Project is that Australians are in large part secure with cultural difference. However, there are still pockets of the country that hold on to 'old-fashioned' racist views.
The presence of any form of racism is harmful for both the targets of the prejudice and for Australian society as a whole. To assist in counteracting the existence of racism, the Challenging Racism Project team have compiled a list of useful, practical anti-racism initiatives and strategies - that local governments and individuals can access and use to address cultural prejudices in their own backyards.
Aust Human Rights Commission (opens in a new window)
- Freedom of religion and belief in 21st century Australia Report (opens in a new window)
- I'm not a racist but...... Address to National Press Club (opens in a new window)
Racism in Aboriginal Australia (opens in a new window)