Chances are, the majority of people reading this are not originally from Canberra. When you moved here how long did you plan to stay: three months; one year; until you could afford that place in Sydney?
Ten years ago when I moved here from London I was definitely in the three-month group. Initially, some issues with [...]
Do you feel that Canberra is a diverse place to live? At work, is your organisation’s board or executive team as diverse as the people it represents?
Most public service organisations make a point of “celebrating Australia’s diversity,” however, the statistics on who reaches the top tell a different story.
While women now make up 40 per [...]
People seems to be concerned that the Diversity ACT Hub would not be a significant source of rainbows for the residents of Kambah.
To allay your fears, here are some snaps to show those Diversity ACT people are miles ahead of us.
Hopefully, rainbow pedestrian crossings are next on the Diversity agenda.
Welcome to Kambah, LGBTI Community. [...]
I’m thrilled that ACTION have hired two Sudanese guys.
Territory and Municipal Services today announced that ACTION’s workforce continues to diversify with the induction of two men from Sudan who have commenced a casual contract with the agency.
“The men have started work at the Belconnen depot cleaning and refuelling ACTION’s full range of fleet vehicles, which [...]
The Canberra Multicultural Community Forum will work with the ACT Government to ensure the success of next month’s Multicultural Youth Fourum.
The Canberra Multicultural Community Forum does not support the significant changes to the National Multicultural Festival recommended in the Loxton Report, CMCF Chair Sam Wong said today.
“While there are some positive elements to the report, we do not accept that the Festival should be moved to later in the year to become a feature of [...]